Meyers Manx-bodied Dune Buggy | Car Catcher

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Ask anyone what a dune buggy looks like, and they’ll probably describe a Meyers Manx.

This 1965 Dune Buggy–said to have a Meyers Manx body–comes powered by a 2180cc engine and fitted with a number of upgrades, like four-wheel disc brakes, custom headers and a lightweight flywheel.

The exterior is finished with a custom blue metal-flake paint, while the interior features bucket seats from a Porsche 914.

Find this 1965 Meyers Manx-bodied Dune Buggy available in an upcoming auction from Henderson Auctions.

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noddaz
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10/13/21 5:29 p.m.

Is that really a Manx?

I am not so sure.

SkinnyG (Forum Supporter)
SkinnyG (Forum Supporter) UberDork
10/13/21 9:06 p.m.

I love that it has the side pods, many Manx/Manxesque do not.

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