Re: Buggy Museums?
Posted: Sat Nov 15, 2008 10:52 pm
I welcome anyone to the NEBM. The New England Buggy Museum. It's in my basement and the price of admission is one beer.
abordick wrote:I welcome anyone to the NEBM. The New England Buggy Museum. It's in my basement and the price of admission is one beer.
wook wrote:PKT Racing will mostly likely not donate any buggies to a museum, but an exhibition is a possibility.. we bring Streak out to Design every so often. that could be a good goal for everyone this year.
lemuroid wrote:Most of the retired zoo buggys from pre 1993 (i.e. before the rise of KOs and his offspring) were in my basement out in Harrison City, PA until I moved west in 98. Now, I believe brother Phil (the p in esp) has them in a vault within striking distance of the burgh. I have the pope. he was on my wall for a while but now is in boxes at my dad's place in RI.
I believe the zoo has all the King's kids still in the house and JAMA (the king's daddy) resides with Duane 9 (also in RI). I do not think the Pope and Jama ever get to play together (the pope is just not into fat chicks). Colougo's carcas was sold. I have no idea where Jerboa lies.
wook wrote:Has anyone made any progress on this idea of a CMU Buggy Museum? Any progress with the University Archivist? Can anyone provide me with her contact info to discuss options?
We would probably be interested in discussing more "official" options, rather than in a corner in someone's basement/garage.
And we may not be interested in a permanent donation, reserving the right to take Streak back at any point.