It's just lacking small things. It needs side mirrors, and the seats need to be bolted down.
It'll also get a top, and mounting holes are already drilled and ready to go. It can be driven without the top so that's not an emergency.
Lee, the guy who's fixing up my dune buggy, had a 'Hotrod' emblem laying around in his shop since the 1960s. He didn't think he'd ever have a use for it so he mounted it to my grill. I thought that was pretty nice of him.
This photo isn't the clearest, but you can see the trunk has a diamond plate lid and also some bed rails. I'll be able to haul things back there, truck-style.
That's a "classic car" license plate. The previous dune buggy owner hasn't come to get it yet. He told me these plates don't expire. If that's really true it would be fantastic. I'm all for the idea of not spending any more money on this thing.