Before finishing high school, Horacio had the chance to build with his own hands a four-wheeled vehicle. A company in Mar del Plata in fact offered a plastic body kit, reinforced with fiberglass, to be adapted to the frame of another car: in Argentina, the vehicle was known as Dune-Buggie. Horacio was immediately captured by the new challenge.
He launched himself into the project and wasted no time in buying the bodywork. At a scrapyard he found a Renault Dauphine, in bad condition and with a broken engine. History was repeating again. From that moment on, all his energies were concentrated on his new adventure, which exceeded, in effort and complexity, the one that saw him struggling with the bike.
After five months of hard and patient work, the buggie was finally complete, painted in a bright new livery, registered and ready to be driven as any other vehicle on the streets of Casilda.