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(Some Guy)   Check out this blast from the past, EV edition   ( divider line
    More: Cool, Automobile, Electric motor, Vehicle, Additional equipment, Comuta-Car, Wheel, Steering, underside surfaces  
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764 clicks; posted to STEM » and Main » on 17 Aug 2022 at 1:05 PM (6 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2022-08-17 11:50:23 AM  
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2022-08-17 1:10:41 PM  
I could buy this no reserve, 42 year old, not road legal, non-running golf cart.


I could buy a running, road legal golf cart for less than 10 grand.


I could not buy a golf cart and keep my money.
2022-08-17 1:23:30 PM  
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2022-08-17 1:47:39 PM  
I remember when they hit the market. I've wondered if any of them were actually sold.
2022-08-17 2:44:03 PM  
They could have had led the market. But they were GM

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2022-08-17 3:06:34 PM  
Does it still smell like Jeremy Clarkson on the inside?
2022-08-17 3:21:09 PM  

Ethertap: I could buy a running, road legal golf cart for less than 10 grand.

If the price point is "less than ten grand" and the range you need is "as good as a golf cart," you might as well pick up a used first-gen Nissan Leaf.

Even with only half its original battery capacity, it'll go twice as far as a golf cart.  With air conditioning, real-car safety equipment, and the ability to hit freeway speeds.
2022-08-17 10:33:31 PM  
Pretty unattractive. Pretty unsafe.

But it was the era of the Pacer, the Gremlin, and the Pinto.
2022-08-17 10:47:47 PM  
Sold for just over $3K. Probably wouldn't take much to get it going. Could probably even just use modern golf cart drivetrain parts.
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