Vehicle identification

ThatSpaceMexican

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Hey dudes. Can anyone help me identify this car. A front engine, single seat buggy. I pulled this image from Facebook but nobody knew who's it was

P.S. could we use this thread as one place to help other people with similar questions. Instead of making a new one every single time
 

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TMorford

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Wasnt there a handful of Chenowth Millenium class 1 cars floating around with this set up? If there was a wing or body work on this thing it would be easy to recognize if that was the case... I think that Jim Price/Brady Helm had one in the PRT Wheels booth at Parker a handful of years ago.
 

mgobaja

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I dont think that any of the Millenium cars were front engine, but MId or Rear. i am guessing an Aceco / Scalzo / TLR or something from one of the smaller build volume shops. Bunderson or even a Nye Frank build even possibly
 

51rcr

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try google image search, Ya may find the original picture.
 

Roger Gray

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Hey dudes. Can anyone help me identify this car. A front engine, single seat buggy. I pulled this image from Facebook but nobody knew who's it was

P.S. could we use this thread as one place to help other people with similar questions. Instead of making a new one every single time

Looks like it was originally built by Bunderson.
Look at @burlesondesigns on Instagram. Looks like he’s in the L.A. area.
 

5280Ranger

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Sure looks like Jim's car, those are definitely PRT's with the old style segmented beadlock rings. I think it was a Bunderson. He's told me a lot about it. Do you own it? Let me know if you need more info and I'll ask him.
 

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5280Ranger

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confirmed to be the old PRT car. Bunderson.
 

TMorford

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The wing made me think it was a Chenowth, close enough.
 
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