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Lake Grace Farm Bashing... Rb25Det Buggy

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For a few years now me and some mates have been taking holidays down at my folks farm in Lake Grace (WA). We take cars out there, thrash them, race them, jump them, destroy them, and video it and later on I put the results into a video for funsies.

Lake Grace is covered in salt lakes and pretty flat farm land, so we've made a few tracks out there (latest one this Easter is 2.82km long, going to be set up with a grandstand/observation platform, pits etc).

Here is a car list (probably missed some out):

Excel - dead

Barina - dead

Datto 200b - was dead, now living

RWD Celica - dead

RX7 - was dead, now living

Ford 4L - dead

Ford 4L - half dead

Civic ute - alive

97 Magna - alive

skyline buggy - alive

Album from latest adventure:


Here are the videos, in order. Skyline buggy is the last video if you want to skip, they are like 10min each


Yeah the rb25det buggy went pretty hard. Bit shaky and needs its control arms remade and with sloppier suspension. converting it to manual among other things and it should be ready for next year, lol. pinch.gif

thanks for watching, and if you have any bashers in WA you want to give to a good cause.... wub.gif

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awesome work all round dude... love the tracks, the cars and the buggy... I want some land to thrash cars on!

that buggy needs a hell of a lot more suspension travel though... it would be a monster with some proper off road shocks on it

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working on it :P

trying to keep it competitive with the rotor through corners while reducing or eliminating the bumpy ride. lots of rubber bushes in order...

next year, should have some sweet updates.

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looks like an awesome weekend! will have to call past in my work ute one day :devil: ill just tell the boss i got lost and kept following a buggy and some other cars around and around to get directions

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