We know, we gave the final cart away early on our facebook page, but we’ve got all the details here on how we finished up this awesome 57 Belair on a Club Car Precedent.
The rear body is out of paint and installed!
Turf Tunes! Of course this sweet machine needs some music, our customer said it will be playing a lot of Elvis and Everly Brothers!
Let the masking begin
Now that looks sweet! All that masking has paid off.
Alright we will let the front cowl dry and move onto the main body. How about the upholstery on this beauty.
We opted for LED taillights behind the custom lenses.
Our custom made front base gives the needed strength to the front end of this machine.
There it is all installed, now we are starting to look like a real Belair.
How about that famous Belair signature!
It’s time to protect the trunk, so more masking!
Now that’s a nice clean look, now it can handle the golf bags.
How cool is this, the lights look awesome.
Here we installed the custom aluminum rocker panels, it’s starting to tie the whole cart together.
We opted to color match the signal light mount to the body instead of giving it the chrome look.
After all this work we thought it would be a good idea to give the cart a test run to see if it actually worked.
It drove perfectly without so much as a rattle.
The day before it was leaving we finally got around to painting the trunk.
We built custom bent aluminum side restraints to go with the look of the cart.
All finished and outside to take some pictures on this foggy Saturday, this is in it’s convertible format.
What a cool looking cruiser.
Our customer also wanted to be protected from the sun when needed, so we adapted a quick removable roof system.
Hard top and convertible, is there anything better!
What an amazing looking machine and what a blast to build! Thanks for following along and make sure to have a look at the other posts to see how we built this cool ride.
Last week’s post, part 4, can be found here.