Black Leather Seats ...
1200.00 Dollar US$
7500.00 Dollar US$
Kansas farmer and inventor Max Walker developed the first production gasoline-powered golf carts in 1957 after growing frustrated by electric carts with batteries that often failed to last an entire round of play. Walker designed a relatively simple tubular chassis with three-wheels and a rear-mounted eight-horsepower four-cycle Kohler engine. He included tiller steering and conjoined controls so it could be driven from either seat, and a tilt-up body for easy access to the mechanical bits. But what set the Walker Executive apart was its marvelous space-age styling, with a sweeping, Vespa-like front end, and skirted rear fenders.
Transporting is never a problem, because it easily fits in a pickup bed. Ushipit.com has trucks that transport RVs and boats. If they have something going their way, which fits in the bed, it only costs a few hundred. Last month I sold a Cushman Golf Caddy and it cost $500 for it to go from South Texas to Rhode Island.
Nicely freshened up gas models go for $12500-$15000. If I sell quick, I’ll sell for $7500. If not - I’ll strip and paint, detail the engine and Chassis, and replace seats, belts and tires (about $750 and 50 hours) to get closer to the $15k. Been riding around all day. Runs good
See a video of it running on youtube https://youtu.be/yEytgel1L4I
July 30, 2020
September 13, 2020