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Origin of dune buggy
Words nearby dune buggy
Definition for dune buggy (2 of 2)
verb (used without object), dune-bug·gied, dune-bug·gy·ing.
Example sentences from the Web for dune buggy
During a 1963 trip to Pismo Beach, he marveled at a group of “water pumpers,” early dune buggies made from stripped-down cars.Bruce Meyers, creator of the first fiberglass dune buggy, dies at 94|Harrison Smith|February 25, 2021|Washington Post
The cars had plush green upholstery and stained-glass windows and were faster and cheaper than a horse-and-buggy.
Ford began tinkering in his garage in Detroit in the 1890s, trains and the horse and buggy was the dominant mode of transport.
We lugged the beach stuff onto the beach, avoiding anything that resembled a dune.
He even says in the documentary that he never read Dune; someone told him it was fantastic.
The idea was more fashionable in 1975, when Alejandro Jodorowsky was planning his version of the sci-fi novel Dune.
They climbed another dune, and came upon the great gray sea at low tide.Kipling Stories and Poems Every Child Should Know, Book II|Rudyard Kipling
Accordingly, she had the boys to hitch a team to a buggy and took him driving over the great estate.The Homesteader|Oscar Micheaux
He had transferred himself to the buggy with a grumble of disgust, and begged her to come for him early in the morning.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
And another five minutes, perhaps another ten, had slipped by before Tony's head reappeared above a neighbouring dune.
The dune rose in a Wave of glittering yellow sand, drowning them from head to foot.