No, not kidding. These are “for real” golf carts, sold by LSV Carts of Santa Ana, California. If you need a golf cart — you know, to head over to the potluck at the RV park, do some errands, heck, even play a few rounds — you’ll be the talk of the town (or golf course) if you’re sporting these wheels.
Put the pedal to the metal on the California Roadster (first below) to impress bystanders. Its high output 17.5 peak horsepower AC motor is powerful enough to speed you and your passengers at a blinding 25 miles per hour. It’s outfitted with standard headlights, brake lights, turn signals and horn, and is the only car to feature a standard 4-wheel braking system which includes the use of front wheel hydraulic disk brakes.
The other carts are equally impressive. Learn more about these and other models here.
Any of them trucks to pull trailers?
Not my cup of tea, but hey if does other people it is fine with me. Some of the higher model ones are very sharp and have very nice accessories. Many of them also qualify for the 7,500.00 electric car tax rebate.
You can rent one of these in Key West.
How creative! I would love a model A or a Shelby!
The golf carts I have seen at campgrounds are obviously owned by “seasonals” and they sure do love to drive around in them, most apparently just for the status. They have nearly run us over dozens of times as we walk around the campground. Not all, but most present an “air of superiority” as they pass by us “transient trash” at faster than the posted speed limit.
Go to “The Villages” and see the parade. They make utility sense in that environment. Dangerous when in mixed traffic.
“To be noticed” – Is exactly why I would not want one of these.
Hey, you got too much money? Then look for a 56 or 57 Chevy convertible golf car. Neighborhood of $15,000. Only 5times what the real car cost back then.
Bling for the sake of bling. Why do you need one? I guess I don’t get the appeal.
There’s a guy at Aztec Resort in Florida that has a golf cart that looks like a miniature 30s era firetruck, ladders, lights, tools, goldleaf emblems on the doors
Being from Florida, I had to look at the website for Aztec Resort. When I downloaded the brochure, the beginning is in English, but most of it is in French. Guess that means they cater to Canadians???