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This Stagecoach is powered by a Caddy engine , he drove it all over the area .

It was custom made for a resturant in Minn .
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That is wierd  Confused
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I think it's a pretty cool ride. It almost looks like the Munster vehicle. From a safety perspective it looks pretty unsafe in the event of an accident.  I think I would not feel safe as a passenger above 10 MPH.
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(01-12-2018, 09:00 PM)Mustangmike Wrote: I think it's a pretty cool ride.  It almost looks like the Munster vehicle. From a safety perspective it looks pretty unsafe in the event of an accident.  I think I would not feel safe as a passenger above 10 MPH.

It's not street legal , wasn't meant to be.
This was designed and created by the guy driving it , he's custom builder from AZ. 
He was hired to build this for a resturant called the stage couch lounge in the area .
This pic is from the Freedom Road Rally in Minn.  every year he brings one of his creations to the event .  He's a very unique individual but most who do this kind of build are.

He took people for rides around the parking lot of the complex.



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(01-12-2018, 11:38 PM)mymachone Wrote:
(01-12-2018, 09:00 PM)Mustangmike Wrote: I think it's a pretty cool ride.  It almost looks like the Munster vehicle. From a safety perspective it looks pretty unsafe in the event of an accident.  I think I would not feel safe as a passenger above 10 MPH.

It's not street legal , wasn't meant to be.
These was designed and created by the guy driving it , he's custom builder from AZ. 
He was hired to build this for a resturant called the stage couch lounge in the area .
This pic is from the Freedom Road Rally in Minn.  every year he brings one of his creations to the event .  He's a very unique individual but most who do this kind of build are.

He took people for rides around the parking lot of the complex.

Phew...glad to hear it's not street legal!  But the guy does good work.  He is kind of like a George Barris.  Thank you for sharing the pictures!
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Surely there is a way to make it street legal!

He lives in Arizona!  Maybe I should visit him.
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(01-13-2018, 02:50 PM)Steven Harris Wrote: Surely there is a way to make it street legal!

I think airbags are out of the question for this one!
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Ya making it street legal would take all the character away .  Open air cockpit , no seat belts, no air bags , hi center of gravity, roof rack seating . Come on what are you wanting in a modern Stage Coach ?



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(01-13-2018, 02:50 PM)Steven Harris Wrote: Surely there is a way to make it street legal!

He lives in Arizona!  Maybe I should visit him.

why are you interested in radicalizing  your Mustang ?



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No, I am happy to keep my Mustangs close to factory but I can appreciate radical in other forms.
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