Custom-Lifted Green Vehicle + Sound System
Recently, we have encountered three all-electric Ford Bronco golf carts that look to be exciting to drive on the links; however, this mini Ford F-150 offers a similar appeal fueled by reliable gasoline combustion. This is what’s energizing prospective buyers.
Mecum Auctions is putting forth the bespoke creativity, however, the auctioneer did not uncover what amount this golf cart has. On average, gas-fueled golf carts give off around 10 to 15 horsepower, which ought to exceed the 6.7-hp yield of the electric Broncos referenced above.
Style-wise, this mini-vehicle is reminiscent of the 10th-generation F-150 made from 1997 to 2004. In terms of its features, it has a green outer coating, a higher-than-usual suspension, super-sized wheels and tires plus a boosted audio system adjoined with a CD player – which might come in handy for those still possessing some of these outdated formats.
The seats are upholstered with dark hues and a blend of gray and fluorescent accents, coupled with white stitching. While these may not have the same level of comfortable luxury as those in electric Bronco golf carts, their hardiness will come in handy with outdoor use since they are more resistant to damage and dirt.
While we’re unclear whether its fuel container can furnish increased range than its battery-operated equivalent when completely energized, topping this up should be expedited.
Currently, visitors at the Kissimmee 2024 Auction have the opportunity to bid on a Ford F-150 golf cart. Numerous other notable vehicles are available for purchase, including the uncommon Chevrolet V8-powered 1979 Lotus Esprit JPS Edition – developed to celebrate the British brand’s success in Formula 1. The event is set to conclude on January 14th.