That the states even allowed us to license those things as road legal was amazing. 65 MPH was quite something. Seat belts, working lights, mud flaps in the rear. horn, and brake inspection. The amount of frame flex without a roll cage setup was off the charts. High tech was a split emergency brake activating just one wheel. I had a knock off that took a type 3 engine. If you didn't have a top kit it got old quick in September. No heat or defrost. One of the few vehicles that would come out a loser in a head on with a Fiat 600. You would get stopped by cops in the neighborhood while test riding it and you would to go back home with a stern don't do it again. Lift one to you Bruce, you brought a whole lot of joy to the world.