Intrepid v2.0 1974

Intrepid v2.0 featured a revised body, with fiberglas nose and tail, but with a thin flexible sheet that wrapped around the center section of the buggy, making driver insertion/egress much easier than designs using a hatch. The all-wheel steering system had been re-designed with a less exotic and more contemporary double pivot front wheel steering, the now non-steering rear axle being rigidly attached to the main structure of the buggy. It had no suspension at all. The photo is on Race Day 1974, as Intrepid was carried to the starting line. The robust wheel covers were the most distinctive visual feature of Intrepid v2.0. They weren't there for looks. Submitted by Douglas Harrigan SAE '79

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