1924 Model T Pickup Golf Cart
While hopping into a car and driving countless miles might seem
relatively unspectacular these days, there was a time when the mere
thought of traveling by an automobile seemed like a fairy tale.
That all changed when Henry Ford introduced the Model T in 1908. A
true revolution, the affordability and efficiency of the vehicle
gave millions of Americans access to the open road for the first
time. Although the Model T is forever etched into the fabric of the
country, you still might not know what made it such a
As we say here at Classic Auto Mall you never know what is coming
through the door on any given day. This consignment is no
exception, as I give you a 1924 Ford Model T pickup replica mounted
on an electric golf cart chassis. Attention to detail makes this a
really unique golf cart, and if you want to be the envy of the
links or the star stand out of the gated community then you should
take a closer look at this very unique build...follow me, I'll take
you through it!
Much like Henry's creation of the original this cart has amazing
attention to detail. From its brass radiator surround, metal cowled
hood bathed in green and pinstriped on all edges, metal fabricated
fenders and running boards and brass exterior lighting it is a
sight to behold. This is without even touching on the custom
woodwork that makes up the totally wood construction rectangular
cab, and matching paneled bed. It's all stained maple and is solid
construction just like the big brother originals. Very special
wheels have been fabricated to make them look like the thin bias
ply tires of yore, right down to the wood spokes, metal dish wheels
and brass hubs. It's electric!
A step on to the running boards covered in rubber allows us to
float behind the steering wheel which looks right out of 1924. It
has a spark advance lever and a hand throttle (not actually, just
for show). A small wood instrument panel has a few knobs and the
key. In back of this neat dash is a green vinyl bench stretching
from wooden side to wooden side in near perfect condition. A rubber
floor is noted to protect those spikes.
From circa 2005 and courtesy of Advanced DC Motors, Inc. a 36-volt
electric motor which is neatly tucked under the bed is securely
mounted. This drives the rear wheels which have leaf sprung
suspension. The front of the cart also has leaf spring suspension
to carry you seamlessly through the divots.
All strong structural framework in steel, no rust, and all hidden
by the wood upper body construction. There are actually shock
absorbers on too so the ride is going to be as smooth as a putting
A totally fun ride, all working and constantly turning heads. Has
nice torque from the 36 volt motor and stops on a dime. All comfy
seating and very clean overall.
Imagine the standout in the community or on the links this cart
would create. Attention to detail, and the look of an actual 1924
Ford pickup...Mind of I play through?? FORE!!! Ahhhhhhooga...
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special
interest automobile showroom, featuring over 600 vehicles for sale
with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle
barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown,
Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia
on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is
www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914.
Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the
vehicle in person.