Watch rock-bouncing buggies eat hills for breakfast, cliffs for lunch
Tim Cameron has built a following in the rock bouncing world not just for driving ability but for his building skills, combining 700-hp V8s and four-wheel-steering chassis into ultimate offroaders. This clip shows how the next generation may be unstoppable.
Built from 200 feet of tubular steel, 43-inch wheels and a GM 454, Cameron's Showtime buggy shows how suspension design can give a rockbouncer those few extra inches that spell the difference between forward motion and turning into an expensive roly-poly. The only thing missing? Something to pad the space between that thick tubular steel and the driver's brainpan.