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Any of you looking for something sweet to park next to your bike? Up for sale is a totally redone and customized Lolette Dune Buggy. Over 15k put into it. Street Legal, title in hand.

Check out the video on youtube:

Any questions email me at address on youtube video or on here. I'm located in Daytona Beach Florida.


Body-shell:


The body-shell is made from hand laminated glass reinforced polyester resin. The outer “Gelcoat” layer is colour impregnated to provide a high gloss UV stable finish. Once cured the body is not thermo-plastic and will last well in high temperature conditions. The advantage of using Glass Reinforced Plastic is its high strength to mass ratio. The complete body shell weighs approx. 55 Kg. The new shell is all fiberglass. Custom shaped fiberglass, not a body kit.


Suspension:

Front:

Rigid double beam with independent torsion springs.
Conventional king- and link-pin stub axle attachment.
Ball-joint type tie-rod ends are used.
Steering box – worm and pinion.
Oil filled steering damper.
Oil filled shock absorbers.
Rear:

Rigid single tube with independent torsion springs.
Swing axle side shafts connected via spring plate to torsion springs.
Oil filled shock absorbers.
Brakes:

Brake drums all round activated by means of a hydraulic master cylinder acting on hydraulic slave cylinders.
Disk brake front brake system available as an option.
Gearbox and Clutch:

Four speed full syncromesh manual gearbox incorporating differential gears.
Conventional cable operated single dry plate clutch.
Engine:

Cooling method
Air-cooled by means of belt driven high volume fan.
Oil cooled by means of forced airflow through multi-plate oil cooler.
Capacity- 1776cc
Bore- 85.5mm
Stroke- 69mm
Cylinders- 4
Configuration- Horizontally opposed four stroke.
Oil capacity- 2,5 Lit. (without extra cooler or filter.)
Power output- 82 HP at flywheel.
Fuel induction- Mechanical fuel pump feeding single choke down draught carburettor.
Fuel capacity- Approx. 35 Lit
Electrical system:

Charging system- 12 volt 30 Amp generator or 45 Amp alternator


 

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I spent over 16k on it and I'm not using it as much as i want. Its so sweet someone should be enjoying it. I'm willing to sacrifice for 11000 or best offer.
 

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To bad you don't need a v-rod.We would trade.Good luck on your sale its really nice.I have 22,500 in my v-rod and would be lucky to get 10,000.Its a rough economy.
 

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Where is this located? (Might help with sale.)
 

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This is just like any of our other toys, it ain't worth anywhere near to someone else what we think it's worth.And the economy SUCKS for selling toys. The guy a few posts above wanted to trade his VROD, so you might want to contact him.

It's a really cool lookin' buggy, except the wheels. I'd seen it on Craigs List awhile back.

Good luck !!!
 

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I would so be interested in this if we decide to move south. I'll keep this thread handy as we are still waiting to hear from a few more colleges for the kid.
 

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jfyi
69mm x 85.5 is a 1600cc not 1776

Nice ride btw
 

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Yeah when I posted the specs it was for a 1600cc dune buggy, i just didn't update it for the 1776cc. It is indeed a 1776cc engine
 
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