2008 Bad Boy Buggy

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  1. Sealesniper

    Sealesniper Well-Known Member

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    I am looking to sell my 2008 Bad Boy Buggy Classic. It is 4WD, 48 volt, with winch and extra lighting on front and rear. It has the rear folding seats, for a flat bed or for two extra seats, top safari rack, and front gear rack. Seats and body are Camo. Batteries are in decent shape, but two are holding just as 6 volts, while the others are 6.3v to 6.4v. I plan to change out the two weak ones before I sell it. I just had it serviced and the recalled pedal replaced. Buggy is worth $6500, asking $5,500. Buggy has locking differencials, and it is amazing. Feels like it can climb a tree if need be. Will pull a 16 boat and trailer out of the river on mud and rock ramp. It does have drum brakes, but they were new at turkey season.

    I am looking to sell it for the sole reason to buy the new Ambush, so I will have gas and electric power. With that said, I have my 4 wheeler for sale as well. It is a 2005 Honda Recon 250 2WD, in great shape. Asking $2000 for Honda.

    I don't have pictures now, but plan to add them today after lunch.

    Not looking for any trades, sorry. Need to fund Ambush project.
     
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    Honda Recon is sold, and new price on Bad Boy is $5000.
     
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    OK, any interest at $4500? I need to move this unit and she is a little rough on the outside, but has all the power, torque and frame strength to get anyy job done.
     
  5. midwesthunter

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    How far can you go between recharges? And how long to recharge?
     
  6. Sealesniper

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    Bad boy says 14 miles. If you are on cement and level ground that is doable. If in the real world, 8 to 10 depending on gear, mud, logs to cross, hills and total cargo. It has never left me and I have done some long hog hunts in SC over 2 days without charging and would say 9 miles were covered. It is a good machine.
     
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  8. Unoboats

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    I guess I'm a day late and 4500 dollars short.
     
  9. Sealesniper

    Sealesniper Well-Known Member

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    Story of my life.....day late and short
     
  10. Welz1972

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    I have one for sale just like his it is in excellent condition all batteries are less than a year old and exterior is in perfect shape .asking $5000.00 priced to move
     
  11. Welz1972

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    I've got one just like it is for sale for the same price $5000. Don't have the extra lights that he does but batteries are just under a year old. Recently repainted all the racks and metal on it but black in pristine condition Low hours