A bit of history with my buggies.
In 1996, I was at university in Portsmouth and while there I discovered a beach buggy for sale.
I had been looking for a project car for a long time and a beach buggy seemed to have it all.
Cheap to buy and run, easy to work on and a street status not usually found with other cars within my budget.
Without a lot of work buggies aren’t fast, but they more than make up for that with the fun they can give.
So I bought my first buggy – TKP 143H, a long wheel base GP mark 1 and changed the seats for some new corbeau buckets.
Here is the only image I have of the car at that stage: