SC Carts Double Feature Golf and Resort build *Part 2*

Alright these carts are looking amazing and are moving along at a good pace!

The colors of these two custom carts are extremely cool! You just have to love the difference between the two.

Time for some paint! We started with the golf cart and laid down a nice white base.

Time for some paint! We started with the golf cart and laid down a nice white base.

After the base dried we masked it off.

After the base dried we masked it off.

We then brightened up the cart with a bit of custom yellow paint!

We then brightened up the cart with a bit of custom yellow paint!

Just before the base fully dried we remove the masking and let it dry for a bit.

Just before the base fully dried we remove the masking and let it dry for a bit. Then we hit with several coats of clear.

After the paint dried it was time to install it on this cool golf machine.

After the paint dried it was time to install it on this cool golf machine.

To finish the paint scheme off we added a double black pinstripe.

To finish the paint scheme off we added a double black pinstripe.

Next we added the rear basket along with the roof supports. Now it's starting to look good.

Next we added the rear basket along with the roof supports. Now it’s starting to look good.

Finally we got to add the amazing custom SC Carts seats!

Finally we got to add the amazing custom SC Carts seats!

For some late night golfing at the 19th hole we added the light package.

For some late night golfing at the 19th hole we added the light package and a rear bumper protector to take the abuse of loading the clubs.

Next it was time to add some style with the SC Carts custom floor mat.

Next it was time to add some style with the SC Carts custom floor mat.

To make sure the cleats stay clean we added some spike cleaners.

To make sure the cleats stay clean we added some spike cleaners.

Our customer requested their company logo on the cart, we think it looks awesome.

Our customer requested their company logo on the cart, we think it looks awesome.

Next we moved onto the bold resort cart! Check out this sweet purple pearl paint job!

Next we moved onto the bold resort cart! Check out this sweet purple pearl paint job!

While the body dried we added a last minute stereo request.

While the body dried we added a last minute stereo request.

With the body dry, we installed it and also cut out the sub mounting hole.

With the body dry, we installed it and also cut out the sub mounting hole.

We finished the body off with some black pinstripe and then proceeded to adding the rear seat kit.

We finished the body off with some black pinstripe and then proceeded to adding the rear seat kit.

Here is the seat kit all installed and waiting for upholstery.

Here is the seat kit all installed and waiting for upholstery.

We then laid down the same cool purple and hit with some clear coat!

We then laid down the same cool purple and hit with some clear coat!

Next it was time to install this perfectly matched custom upholstery.

Next it was time to install this perfectly matched custom upholstery.

We then installed the Precedent cowl to cap off the front of the cart.

We then installed the Precedent cowl to cap off the front of the cart.

Of course no custom SC cart would be complete without our custom grill.

Of course no custom SC cart would be complete without our custom grill.

We then installed the folding tinted windscreen.

We then installed the folding tinted windscreen.

These are two pretty awesome carts! Make sure to come back next week to see the finished products!

Check out the previous blog post

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