Meyers Manx Buggy SWB
‘ Passion is the love of the journey, drive is a need to reach your destination ‘
The Volkswagen Beetle is and will always be one of the most beloved cult cars. A car that was sold worldwide in enormous numbers and was even produced in Mexico until 2003 (58 years!!). Based on this ‘people’s friend’, Bruce Meyers was the first to invent the next ‘cult item’ in 1964; the Volkswagen Buggy. He built a polyester body and shortened the existing Beetle chassis. From this, his ‘Dune Buggy’ was born. The Beetle was already very light, but the Meyers and Manx really weighs less than the average American after lunch. This in combination with the tuned air-cooled four cylinder boxer engine (over 130 HP) is the ideal concept for an incredibly fun weekend car!
The hardtop can easily be removed, so you can drive completely open. This feeling is reinforced by the fact that there are no doors. With the high-performance parts and Vintage Volkshouse custom exhaust, you can see and feel that not a single part has been spared. Our Meyers Manx baby carriage was built by a private collector and truly did not skimp on a single item. The total build cost him over €40,000.-! Since then the baby carriage has driven just over 1,000 km. We will change the running-in oil when we sell it, the Volkswagen still needs to be run in.
Who sees himself driving in the most beautiful Meyers Manx of the Netherlands? Coffee is ready!I'm interested in this object