Last Call- Snow Job Edition

All the kids loved it when it was Billy’s mom’s turn to drive car pool, except on snow days that is.

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  1. JeepyJayhawk Avatar

    Just because…

  2. Thrashy Avatar

    Never bet against a Wagovan. NEVER.

  3. Thrashy Avatar

    Mostly unrelated: I saw a Meyers Manx on the road in Kansas City today.

    1. Alff Avatar
      Alff

      Where? I haven't seen one in the 16 years I've lived here.

      1. Thrashy Avatar

        Brookside, 66th and Wornall. It was a sort of pastel yellow. Only saw a flash of it, or I'd have had a picture to share.

    2. dwegmull Avatar
      dwegmull

      Must be drive your buggy to work day: I saw a VW based buggy in traffic today as well. I could not get close enough to ID it, but it sure looked Manxish. It also looked brand new!

      1. CptSevere Avatar

        That's pretty cool. However, there are a bunch of Hoons here who drive sandrails on the street (and in the desert, of course) here pretty much every day. The pavement ends right across the street from where I live, so it makes sense here. You can go for miles here without seeing any pavement at all, or even graded dirt roads.

    3. buzzboy7 Avatar
      buzzboy7

      I feel a bit spoilt having worked for this man
      <img src="http://www.islandcruisersinc.com/images/TUB%20BUGGIES%202.JPG"&gt;
      The first on the left being a Meyers Tow'd and the last one, without a windshield, being a Meyers Manx.

  4. Mister X Avatar
    Mister X

    Kinda cool for snow country, but it’s not even an Si, so it’s not AWD, and doesn’t have the Si 110 HP engine or the Granny Low gear either.

    1. Hoonda Avatar
      Hoonda

      The AWD one wasn't the Si. It was just the civic wagon RT4WD. There wasn't an Si wagon, the Si was the 3 door hatch.
      The RT4WD civics did come with the Si engine and 6 speed transmission.

      1. Mister X Avatar
        Mister X

        Oh, I was Wrong, eh Hoonda?
        And you just had to “correct” me?
        I bought a 1990 RT4WD Civic, 6 speed, new, and it came stock with the Si engine in it.

        1. dead_elvis Avatar
          dead_elvis

          Not phrasing I'd normally use, but it just seems too appropriate now – pix or GTFO.

  5. walter Avatar

    thats cool! i would drive that thing everywhere!

  6. njhoon Avatar
    njhoon

    I think it is neat but the cost of the tracks related to the cost of the vehicle seems a little off. The tracks cost about 4X what the car does.

    1. ZomBee Racer Avatar

      I fail to see how that is a bad thing.
      🙂

  7. sporty88 Avatar
    sporty88

    True, but at least these offer a functional improvement. How many times have you seen some similar shopping-trolley car that has a set of big rims on it for no reason other than appearance.

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