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Unread 07-16-2012, 07:38 PM   #1
bluebuggy
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Would you ride with a rail buggy

I'm in the louisville area and always looking for new friends to ride with. But after having many jeeps and fixing a lot of parts I now only tow with jeeps. So I have a rail buggy I take out. Most of the time I ride dtor but only have one guy that will ride and he does not get out much. I was up there 2 weeks ago us and one other jeep was the only ones in the park. So I'm looking for new riding friends. I'm also always trying to get guys into rails so if anyone wants to ride along I'm more then happy to hit some hills.

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