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Used 2007 Yamaha Lifted Golf Cart Drive, With 20 Inch Tires For Sale. on ns1.2040-motos

$3,750
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Acme, Pennsylvania

Acme, PA

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We have several Custom Lifted Golf Carts Available, visit our web sitefor more information and images. www.area31golfcarts.com This cart is a 2007 Yamaha Drive Gas, Golf Cart, Terrific Condition and Extremely Sharp Looking! Yamaha Anthracite Color. 3in Jakes Lift 20 in Tires on 10in Wheels. Flip Windshield. Rear Flip Seat is Available for this cart! Fall Clearance Price $3750 We have a large selection of Custom and Stock Golf Carts Available, Electric and Gas. We also have a large inventory of Golf Cart Accessories on Stock! Also on inventory are six Passenger Carts, two Passenger Carts and Utility Dump Carts. Located in Acme PA 15610 (Just off the PA Turnpike Exit #91) 724-423-XXXX or XXXX@msn.com http://www.area31golfcarts.com/ Financing Available through Somerset Trust, you can apply online for a personal loan at www.somersettrust.com

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