We are back with part 3 of this unique build. In this post we will finish the build and load it up for delivery.
This cart turned out awesome, it’s truly a fantastic all terrain vehicle.
Here the body is in the paint booth with it’s base layer of Mercedes Benz polar white.
We have masked the rear portion of the body in preparation for the second color.
We have the second color mixed up and ready to put into our SATA spray gun.
Check this color out! What a great color combination.
Here it is unmasked and ready for several layers of clear.
With the body clear coated it was time to move onto final assembly of the cart. We had to address the clearance issue with the large tires.
A little cutting and smoothing and we end up with a factory looking finish with great clearance.
Diamond plate floor installed and this bad Oscar of a buggy is coming along nicely.
Time to install the rear body, notice how nice the black pinstripe finishes the two tone paint job.
Another shot of the clean two tone paint.
Here we have worked our magic on the factory seats with some high end upholstery with stitching to match the orange paint job.
Here is the burl wood locking dash installed, looks awesome on this electric cart.
With the front cowling on you can really see how clean this color scheme makes this cart.
A side shot with the trim pieces in place.
Time to install the rear LED taillights.
These Precedent rear lights always dress of the cart.
Since this cart is going to be really used, the customer wanted a rear flip seat installed.
Here are the rear supports being installed, they tie everything in to the Club car chassis.
The customer wanted the rear flip seat that turns into a functional box, and that makes a lot of sense!
Roof struts in place and ready to accept the roof.
Seat back mounted and you can see how nicely everything is tying in together.
The rear flip seat cushions were done to match. A very nice simple design to add some style to this bad boy!
We installed the seat bottom and roof. It really finished off the “interior” of this cart.
Here is the rear flip seat/box in it’s ready to work form.
This cart is getting a front basket, here are the mounts.
The basket really adds an element of utility to this cool buggy.
Mirrors are handier then one might think. These five panel mirrors are a great and inexpensive addition to any cart.
Again going with the thought of utility we have added a hitch at the customers request.
A tinted windscreen adds a really nice finishing touch to the cart.
For some extra visibility side UTV style mirrors were added.
With this cart all finished it was time to take it outside and put it in it’s element.
What an cool looking machine!
Another shot from a bit of a different angle.
Here it is with it’s new roommate, both amazing carts are going to the same garage.
It’s hard to believe that this car started out the same as the stock Club Car Precedent in front of it.
All three of the customers carts lined up and ready to be loaded for the 5 hr trip west!
That’s it!!! Thanks for following along, what an awesome conclusion to this build. One lucky customer has bought all these machines.
If you haven’t seen the start to this build check it out here.
UNIQUE SPORTING CLAY BUILD