You are looking at Flameboyant – a 1950 Mercury fiberglass body with custom made suicide doors on a totally customized EZ Go chassis. Beautiful blue metallic paint with air brushed flames and art work. High polished stainless steel – roll bar, windshield frame, leg pipes, steering column, steering column bezel, switch bezels, headlight bezels, dual custom fender mirrors are made out of chrome shower faucet handles, dual functional straight pipe exhaust with Volkswagen baffle chrome tips. Blue headlights, LED grill running lights, front LED turn signals, two rear LED light bars recessed in bumper for running lights, brake lights and turn signals.
Front wheels and tires are 480×12” high speeds with whitewalls and new rims. Rear wheels and tires are 530×12” high speeds with whitewalls and new rims. Four over the rim spun aluminum moon discs.
Front axle has been remounted under the leaf springs. Chassis has been sandblasted and painted black. All chassis components have been replaced and/or reconditioned. The 2-stroke engine is a stock 1982 EZ Go gas. It has all been reworked/repainted and has high polished aluminum covers. New clutch, new belts, new wiring throughout, new voltage regulator, solenoid and battery. New throttle cable, new stainless steel gas tank, gas lines and filter. Custom painted engine.
Interior: A customized drop seat pan sets down in the car – not! – on top of car like all golf carts and is ‘extremely’ comfortable. Custom rolled and pleated seats, custom rolled and pleated door panels and under the kick panel. New black carpet with pad, chrome floor shift with 8-ball. New light switch, turn signal switch, ignition switch and cigarette lighter.
Gages resemble thermometers that read 212° degrees. Flames around cigarette lighter and passenger side read 212° degrees which mean: The design and creativity of this golf cart has gone the extra mile. At 211° degrees water boils, at 212° (which is one degree more) it turns into steam which can move a locomotive. This is without a doubt “one of a kind” and I feel it’s one degree above.
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Call 269-968-6324 – ask for Richard!
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