In 1964, Bruce Meyers invented the brightly colored, fiberglass bodied Meyers Manx buggy kits that attached to a shortened VW Beetle chassis. Bruce’s invention became extremely popular because of the eye-catching design and dual-purpose capabilities, both street and off-road. As a result, with consumer demand so high, many individuals and companies copied or cloned his design. From the late 60s to early 70s, these Manx/Manx Type buggies were part of American pop culture: movies, cartoons, art, etc. As a result, most people associate a dune buggy with these types of cars…. read more >
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