Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Customized golf car - just for you!




The golf car caught my attention immediately. I went to look and take some photos. The custom work was amazing. And it was for sale. The gentleman you see was very interested. He looked it over carefully, then wrote down the name and phone number of the owner.

I wouldn't be at all surprised if he bought it. I also wouldn't be surprised if he paid somewhere around $20,000 USD for it!

11 comments:

Neva said...

What an unusual golf cart!!! I really like it but it is out of my budget!!!! not to mention it might not run so well here when it snows!!!

Vogon Poet said...

It may be crazy, but it is gorgeous. I have no idea how much does cost a normal golf cart, this one is quite expensive, but really outstanding.

m_m said...

Wow! Really original:) And so shiny:)

Tricia said...

$20,000? OMG! That's atrocious! It really does look cool, but not 20 grand worth!!!
Is that metallic paint? WoW!

JM said...

Cool, very cool!

Daryl said...

I dont get it ... golf is a sport meant to be walked through ...

cieldequimper said...

A bit too shiny for my liking and that price :-(

Frank said...

$20,000????????? Geez, those "old folks" sure have the big money. With those dollars I'd rather find a decent, well-priced 1957 Ford Thunderbird...and then stay off the cart paths in the Villages. There are really no words to describe this cart.

Cezar and Léia said...

Adorable hats!Fancy and funny!
I want one sample , please Jacob!
Léia

Jacob said...

@ Daryl - Oh, dear. In Florida, one doesn't walk playing golf! For one thing, it's much too hot. And most courses won't let you walk (that's true around the country, in fact) because the golf pro makes money renting golf cart. In The Villages everyone (well, just about) plays golf and has a golf cart. But they have to pay a fee to use the cart paths on the golf course.

Get ya coming and going.

This thing doesn't even look like a golf cart anymore...in fact, there's no place on the back to hang your golf bag(s)...

joo said...

Wow, flamboyant litle one - I wouldn't mind having such a beauty:)