Model: (Click to see more) 58015: Rough Rider
Status: Restored
Date: 17-Jan-2010
Comments: 8
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Got this really cheap (85$) from a local trade Platform (See Photo from the Trade Platform). Came with a second custome made rear axle! (funny but not really nice built) 8) That was my first project... and alot of work. See the picture and enjoy! Hopely... ;-) Any coments are welcome

-End result, fully restored, all original parts! -Original Photo from the local trade site -twin axles.... -...dirty... -..and alot of paint on the body, arghh... -cleaned parts -sand blasted gear house -primered body -with alternativ wheels -i like the white wheels...

Comments

Lowry

17-Jan-2010

Definitely woth all the work. Looks really great, like a perfect shelf queen. Will you drive it??

generationx

17-Jan-2010

That twin-rear-wheel conversion is funky stuff indeed. Did it work?

slimmy

17-Jan-2010

Nice restoration, bruiser. I see you even have the original sand blaster jr front tires. Very desirable these days. I would paint those sweet hearts up. Great job!

Mr.Nismo

17-Jan-2010

Great stuff you bought! Always nice to see what kind of inventive ideas people have in mind Nicely restored!

Powerbruiser

17-Jan-2010

Thanks for the nice comments! I dont think i will drive this fragile beauty... @generationx: I had never tryed to run the car with these twin axles!

Fernado Alonso

17-Jan-2010

Well that is nicely done good work!!! .
I like the former 6 wheeler edition(LOL)
cheers Alex

Powerbruiser

17-Jan-2010

@alex: Yes, its amazing how much fantasy comes alive!

def4x4

17-Jan-2010

Great restore from your red one! That 6th wheeler looks really apart, never seen that before!


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