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Just found this on Joyner Sport Russia's website. I can't copy & paste the Russian words to translate, but the pictures speak for themselves. Kind of reminds me of a Mad Max Buggy, but way cooler.

Of note rocmoc, check out the doors. That's thinking outside the box. What do you reckon. I like it.

http://www.joynersport.ru/news/2010/08/04/268/

Cheers Mike.

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Just found this on Joyner Sport Russia's website. I can't copy & paste the Russian words to translate, but the pictures speak for themselves. Kind of reminds me of a Mad Max Buggy, but way cooler.

Of note rocmoc, check out the doors. That's thinking outside the box. What do you reckon. I like it.

http://www.joynerspo...2010/08/04/268/

Cheers Mike.

NEAT

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I don't like it. Looks like something put together for a SiFi film. Mad Max for our NZ friend. Mel should be stepping out of it any minute, LOL!

rocmoc n AZ/Baja

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If you translate the page using Google from Russian to English the article says in Russian but right at the top in English you will see Download in pdf here. Download it and then you can copy and paste it into a Russian to English on-line Translation website like this one here... http://webtranslation.paralink.com/ and read the article. Hint, don't copy and paste too much at one time. I've read the story and it's very interesting. It's called the Woodcutter and was built to go through dense wooded areas. I do like it, but realise it's not for every one. I also like the way they think outside the box. I might try and get one or two of them to post here just to get another point of view.

Cheers Mike.

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Just found this on Joyner Sport Russia's website. I can't copy & paste the Russian words to translate, but the pictures speak for themselves. Kind of reminds me of a Mad Max Buggy, but way cooler.

Of note rocmoc, check out the doors. That's thinking outside the box. What do you reckon. I like it.

http://www.joynersport.ru/news/2010/08/04/268/

Cheers Mike.

I think its pretty cool but those seats sure don't look very comfortable.

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