The buggy’s interior is upholstered in royal blue velour. A triangular swatch of the same material is attached to the dash. Silver key chains with colorful emblems - Guns and Roses, Cleveland Browns, and a miniature baseball bat - hang from battery-operated light switches.
Five stereo speakers - including a 12-inch sub-woofer - line the inside of the covered buggy.
On the seat is a selection of old cassette tapes: "The Outfield," "Vixen," and "Hooters."
"This thing will rock, I’m telling you," one of the boys says. "We were pretty loud at one point. Was that what the call was for?"
This Amish boy's buggy has a better sound system then my '83 Honda Accord. And I can assure you that that thing will rock. I mean now this I think is a stretch, 12-inch subwoofer among four other stereo speakers. I thought they can't use electricity!? If they are going to use an electrical sound system, why can't they just drive??