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Old 10-24-2009, 05:52 PM   #1
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Can anyone help identify this cart. The ID tag is missing so no help there, it is a 36 volt electric resistor type. The only markings are the pedals that have what looks like a "C" with a smaller"M" on the inside. The body is all metal and it has fabric doors with clearplastic windows. The windshield is saftey glass and has an electric wiper. Any guesses?
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Old 10-24-2009, 08:25 PM   #2
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The C with the M inside is a cushman. Cushman is owned by textron, as is, EZ GO.
Cushman made special order vehecles for baseball fields, airports and military transports (small). That looks like a meter maid cart, yes, they made those too. Beyond that, I have no idea of year or the model. Good Luck on your project. It looks cool.
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Old 10-24-2009, 08:33 PM   #3
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I sort of figured it was a Cushman, the F/R switch looked just like one I saw listed for a Cushman cart in one of the parts catalogs I have. Thanks
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seems amazing
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we have a couple of those at the plant.I use to drive one just like it.I was going to post some pictures of it,but have never got around to it.Yes it is a cushman.The one I used to drive was pretty fast also.Mine didn't have any doors just the top.
Jitney repair guy said to be careful with the frontend on those models as they will not stand much rough abuse.they have reworked my old buggys several times.
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Old 11-14-2009, 04:32 PM   #6
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Can anyone help identify this cart. The ID tag is missing so no help there, it is a 36 volt electric resistor type. The only markings are the pedals that have what looks like a "C" with a smaller"M" on the inside. The body is all metal and it has fabric doors with clearplastic windows. The windshield is saftey glass and has an electric wiper. Any guesses?
That's the 'ol Meter Maid cart Good find

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