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Just bought this for $300, obviously missing some stuff.which is easier to replace if I can figure out what it was.thanks for looking
 

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Don't know. Maybe try a golf cart blog :dunno::dunno: If there is such a thing
 

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Don't know. Maybe try a golf cart blog :dunno::dunno: If there is such a thing
:hi: Maybe a golf cart, maybe a ...

There must be decals on the vehicle, that may help us - i hope
 

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Figured it out,1968-72,10 horse Kohler Cushman.there are no labels, stickers, plates to be found, there is only a # stamped on the frame which contains date code and engine designation,need to go look see what it says.it is getting delivered in a few days,which I was using for researching.apparently this is one of the first four wheeler ones and this one is very desirable.soon after this model,they turned away from golfers and stuck to utility markets.then they were bought by ezgo,further distinguishing themselves as separated markets. the thing has only a couple plastic pieces here and there,mostly all metal
 

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:hi: Well John, that sounds very misterious. No ddecals, labels aso. First when I saw the pic I thought, it's a 1994 ClubCar - but now I'm not sure...
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Confirmed Gran Cart golfster ,gc400,36 volt,800 lb payload with 400 lb of passengers included.i did find a place that said it was almost 1000 lbs for gas and 1100 with batteries .That makes it close to a ton loaded!
REALLY like an all metal body.
got parts manual on the way and a source for parts,still undecided about the partially started conversion to gas,good thing about the 10 hp Kohler ,it is now a modern version at 12 hp
 

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Jawoll! It's a cushman - congrats :thumbup1gif:
 
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