Perhaps the most elegant golf cart you have ever seen is
available. Truly a one of a kind Royal Ride golf cart taking first
place in every show ever entered including golf tournaments,
parades ... even featured on the front cover of Saks Fifth Avenue
catalog in New York.
Regrettably, these extraordinary vehicles are no longer in production. They are considered classic and are very much sought-after, but only pre-owned vehicles remain available.
She boasts total perfection for the most discriminating individual demanding high quality in precision, obsession and uniqueness in such a "Royal Ride." Elmco has always been the fore runner when it came to innovation in luxury golf carts. The first Royal Ride proved to be exactly what the discriminating golfer was seeking. From the original Royal Ride Classic, to the luxurious Cadillac cart, Elmco set the standard for all other cart manufacturers. Next came the Royal Ride Sport LE. When first developed in 1992 as a "sportier" version of the Classic Royal Ride, the Sport LE quickly became a very popular model but the developers saw other possibilities. Looking throughout the industry, they found that the only "commercial" models available were your "basic" carts. Typical body styles, two basic seats, occasional drink holders and maybe even a top were commonplace. Why not make this two seater model, the 1997 Sport LE, available for serious commercial use in resorts, private country clubs and public courses?
The Elmco research team worked day and night to develop a stronger and tougher cart to tolerate the additional punishment and wear and tear a commercial cart would be subjected to. Continued field testing and refinements have brought the Royal Ride Sport LE Commercial Edition to where it stands. The industry's first Luxury Aluminum Club Car Chassis Commercial Golf Cart - worthy of bearing the Elmco badge of Quality and Refinement.
I am the second owner fully documented by all original, related paperwork and on file. I am not a golfer and she has never seen a country club during my possession. She has been strictly a leisure pursuit, displayed and entered in regional and local classic car show events; taking first place every time. I also hire her for weddings, open houses, parades, sales events and the like; when not used to promote my personal business. If you enjoy pure class, attracting attention, being one-of-a-kind, enjoying prestige like no other. Compare to a new basic Hummer golf cart at $19,000+/- (no trailer).
Honorable Features and Select Accessories include:
Directional Signals - Quartz Clock - Rubber Side Rails - Hi/Lo Beam Headlights - Dual Beverage Holders - Dual English Horns - Tinted Hinged Aluminum Windshield -- Ownership Manual - Power Ribbed Low Profile Tires - Deep Libation Ice Chest - In Dash Fresh Air Fan System - Dual Tobacco Lighters - Rack & Pinion Steering - Tail Lights and Hazard Flashers - Deep Dish Aluminum Alloy Wheels - Leaf Spring Suspension - Designer Leather Bench Seating - Logo Valve Stem Covers - 48 Volt Electrical System, 2017 batteries. 12V accessory reserve and chrome wire covers - Stainless Steel Beverage Opener - Dash Storage Compartments - Stainless Steel steering column with mahogany billet spoked steering wheel - "Wedding White" Gel Coat Fiberglass Body & Hardtop - Front & Rear Shock Absorbers - His and Her Ping Golf Bags, Wilson K-28 clubs with coordinating covers and accessories mounted on Rear Carpeted Bag Carrier - Charger - Carpeting in Cockpit with Embroidered Logo and removable floor mat - the infamous chrome grill with classic hood ornament - Stainless Steel Swan Neck Peep Mirrors - Fiberglass/Mahogany Lower Dash - Stainless Steel Logo License Plate & Frame - in dash JVC CD, AM/FM, MP3, DVD Player & LCD Color Television - Fleece Stadium Throw Blanket with RR Logo - Stainless Steel Beverage Sleeve with RR Logo with six pack pouch, Stainless Steel Tube/Leather Pouch Cigar Holder, Black & White Golf Umbrella. . ... even RR logo golf balls. A customized ivory fabric cover includes a boot for the hood ornament as well.
Perfection is strived upon. . ... Why? Because its' a "Rollz!" Trailer is no longer available.