September 2005
DIRTSports;Sep2005, Issue 9, p80
Trade Publication
Describes the design of the Meyers Manxter Dualsport and Tatum Spyder Dual Sport cars in the U.S. Engine location of the Meyer Manxter; Length of the Tatum Spyder; Engine type of the two sports vehicles.


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