LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18)– A community of off-roaders in Lexington is proving that real off-roaders wear pink.
The 2018 Polaris Razor is decked out with all the bells and whistles and is the envy of any off-roading enthusiast, and this one is pink. The custom-made vehicle is a labor of love and the brainchild of a Facebook group called Razor Karnage.
The vehicle was built to raise money for Breast Cancer Research and for the Rusty Stafford Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer in honor of the service manager at Lexington Motorsports who died just last month.
As word of their mission spread, so did the number of people and businesses who wanted to get involved to donate, not just in Kentucky, but from across the nation.
“The wrap came from Ohio, the seats came from the West Coast,” said Ricky Stivers of Razor Karnage.
Dustin Estes also helped out. This time last year, Estes was recovering from a shooting. He opened his Estill County shop and allowed the same group that raised money for him to do so for another worthy cause.
After countless hours, the vehicle is finished and now, they’re just looking for the right buyer and to make their mission a success.
The price tag for the vehicle is $35,000. Click here for more information.
Below is a list of all the people/ organizations who donated their time/labor/ parts to building the Polaris Razor:
Lexington Motorsports-Jeff Cromer
Reaper Fab- Dustin Estes
Long Horn Fab- Manfred Schreyer
5150 Whips- Andrew Anderson
Big Hammer Fab- Randy Collins
SXS Audio- Brad Blair
UTV Savages- Jimmy Soto
RZRtracker.com- C.J. Stevenson
Planet Pawn Shop- Berea, Ky
Bluegrass Powersports- Joey Richmond
Rocklife Off-Road- Bryant Dunagan
Gear Grabber Shifter- Jim Bentley
White Lightning Off-Road- Scott Mitchell
Snap on Tools- Travis Todd
Planet SXS- Ryan Snyder
GCI Digital Imaging- TJ Bedacht
Wildcat Off-Road Park London, Ky- Anthony Brummett
Planet Artistry- David Maddix