2004 Western 100 LST Golf Car
Chassis no. 14V5621154W024089
*5hp electric motor
*1,207 lbs. GVWR
*Perfect for the race paddock
*Ideal golf course or private estate runabout
This entirely original 2004 Western Golf Car remains in pristine condition because it is in fact still virtually brand new! It has only been driven up and down the street once since delivery. Even the tire nubs are still present.
The builder, Western Golf Car Manufacturing, bills itself as, "The world's largest manufacturer of custom electric vehicles for work and play." Western also produces and markets the Lido, an NEV (Neighborhood Electric Vehicle) originally created by the late auto industry legend, Lee Iacocca.
Finished in a rich maroon color, the Model 100 LST's durable fiberglass body is stylish and contemporary with its smooth lines and recessed headlamps. The golf car is equipped for street use with its seat belts, directional signals and golf-cart type headlights and tail lamps. (Local laws permitting such usage may vary.)
The driver of the Model 100 LST will especially appreciate its adjustable driver's seat, custom burl wood dash and custom steering wheel with scorecard holder. Additional features of this deluxe golf car include custom trim and vinyl seating, padded armrests, removable custom carpet throughout, ice chest with hinged lid, cup and golf ball holder assembly, built-in flow-through ventilation, and a hard-top roof complete with headliner.
The Model 100 is powered by a 5-horsepower electric motor. Seven Interstate batteries provide 42-volt energy that assures performance. The golf car has an energy meter and a fully automatic charger built in. The 2004 Western Model 100 has a GVWR of 1,207 lbs. (547 KG).
Rated to be an excellent driver by the vendor, this well-appointed and essentially never used 2004 Western Model 100 LST Golf Car stands ready to provide outstanding personal transportation on the golf course, around your estate, or at automotive events allowing the use of such vehicles. Offered on a Bill of Sale.
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