Dune Buggy

Jay Leno Takes the First Meyers Manx for a Spin

Jay Leno Takes the First Meyers Manx for a Spin
As we already know, the Meyers Manx is a classic as dune buggies go. Bruce Meyers’ rudimentary fiberglass 2-seater is regarded among most as the car that defined the entire dune buggy industry. Amazingly, the very first 1964 Meyers Manx is still in great shape, and Jay Leno managed to spend some quality time with the 88-year-old Meyers for a ride in the classic buggy.
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Sand Dune Buggy Racing in Dubai

Sand Dune Buggy Racing in Dubai
Given the vast expanses of sand surrounding the United Arab Emirates, there’s no wonder that playing with cars and off-roaders in the sand dunes is a favorite pastime in the area. In this spectacular video from Team BlackSheep, they use their flying drones to capture Team EZBA in their Funco Motorsports dune buggies tearing up the sand.
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Meyers Manx Introduces an Electric Dune Buggy

Meyers Manx Introduces an Electric Dune Buggy
In 1964, Bruce Meyers created the world’s first fiberglass dune buggy, the Meyers Manx, and Meyers Manx has built more than 7,000 dune buggies since then. The car has such an important place in U.S. automotive history that, in May of 2014, the Historic Vehicle Association recognized the 1964 Meyers Manx as part of the Secretary of Interior’s Standards for Heritage Documentation.
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From the Vaults: The 1964 Meyers Manx

From the Vaults: The 1964 Meyers Manx
In 1964, Bruce Meyers created the world’s first fiberglass dune buggy: the Meyers Manx. Meyers was an engineer and fiberglass boat builder living in Southern California and he built the first model, “Old Red,” in his garage in Newport Beach.
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