SC Carts Saskatchewan bound 57 Belair Golf Cart *PART 5*

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!

The rear body is out of paint and installed!

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Turf Tunes! Of course this sweet machine needs some music, our customer said it will be playing a lot of Elvis and Everly Brothers!

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Let the masking begin

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More masking!

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Now that looks sweet! All that masking has paid off.

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Alright we will let the front cowl dry and move onto the main body. How about the upholstery on this beauty.

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We opted for LED taillights behind the custom lenses.

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Our custom made front base gives the needed strength to the front end of this machine.

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There it is all installed, now we are starting to look like a real Belair.

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How about that famous Belair signature!

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It’s time to protect the trunk, so more masking!

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Now that’s a nice clean look, now it can handle the golf bags.

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How cool is this, the lights look awesome.

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Here we installed the custom aluminum rocker panels, it’s starting to tie the whole cart together.

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We opted to color match the signal light mount to the body instead of giving it the chrome look.

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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.

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It drove perfectly without so much as a rattle.

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The day before it was leaving we finally got around to painting the trunk.

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We built custom bent aluminum side restraints to go with the look of the cart.

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All finished and outside to take some pictures on this foggy Saturday, this is in it’s convertible format.

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What a cool looking cruiser.

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Our customer also wanted to be protected from the sun when needed, so we adapted a quick removable roof system.

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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.