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  1. Saramar

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    Mile o’ Mud: The Culture of Swamp Buggy Racing. By Malcolm Lightner (Author/Photographer); Padgett Powell (Intro) To visit Naples, Florida, today with its million dollar homes and sophisticated city vistas, one would never suspect that its early settler days were wild and colorful.
  2. Guramar

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    Bob PLumley is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Bob PLumley and others you may know. Current City and Hometown. Fort Myers, Florida. Current city. Silver Grove, Kentucky. Hometown. About Bob. retired,widow, Favorite Quotes. Alt_driver, Swamp Buggy Races, Sunoco Racing, Pure Florida, The Home Depot, St. Joseph Parish Camp.
  3. Dak

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    Nov 05,  · Swamp Buggy Racing at Florida Sports Park, Naples, FL -
  4. Nakasa

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    Jan 31,  · Swamp Buggy Racing @ Florida Sports Park - Naples, Florida.
  5. Nagrel

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    A two player racing game with a car that has wooden wheels. You can play against to computer or a friend. It is more funny that playing with two players! Game controls: Player 1: E,S,D,F Player 2: .
  6. Jugami

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    Of course, Marc is an all-you-can-eat sports junkie who devours four sports sections a day, videotapes games and even finds swamp-buggy racing on the Nashville Network engaging.
  7. Kekus

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    Swamp buggy racing isn't for the faint of heart. It can be very dangerous, and it takes skill to maneuver the buggy. Lightner recalls a buggy flipping over into the water, pinning a driver's arm down.
  8. Mukasa

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    Prior to Chandler, monster trucks didn't exist as we know them today. Sure, some dedicated niche off-road racers - Florida's swamp buggy racers, for instance - fitted tall tractor and implement tires to their rigs and some specialty manufacturers built towering truck-like vehicles for remote terrains, but for the most part off-roading in the Seventies meant utilitarian work: farming, mining.

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