We are pleased to announce that we are currently building our 3rd "Classybilt" truck cart and hope to have it finished in the spring of 2013. Follow us on Facebook for all the latest details or check back here for more up updates.
Welcome to Classy Carts! We service, customize, sell, and provide OEM and aftermarket parts for all makes of golf carts. Our goal is to give you the best service you've ever had. We may not be the biggest around, but our customers think we're the best. We strive for your complete satisfaction whether you've purchased your cart from us or somewhere else. We offer a full range of services so take a look around and feel free to contact us with any questions or comments!
We also own "Slightly Distrubed", currently the countries only wheelstanding show golf cart. If you own or manage a racetrack or other venue and would be interested in booking the wheelstander, call us at 330-465-3400 or send a message and we will gladly give you a quote.
We proudly present our second "Classybilt" golf cart, a replica of a Peterbilt semi. Built in Ohio and delivered to sunny California!
Golf Car News for January/February 2010 features our very own cart! What an honor for us to be chosen as best of show.
Pictured below is the first replica of a Peterbilt semi we completed in March 2009. We took a plain 1980 EZGo cart and converted it to resemble a Peterbilt semi truck. This is the truck we displayed at the Mid America Trucking Show and the crowd loved it!
Some of our toys
Two of our custom Classy Carts wheelstanding carts powered by Yamaha snowmobile engines! The red one goes about 50 mph in the quarter mile and the gray one goes about 46 mph.
The gray cart had to be redone because it was rolled at a golf cart race in November of 2007. Daryl put on a new paint job and here we are waiting to be part of the wheelstander show at Marion County Dragway in August 2008.
Marion Dragway 2009
With Daryl's love of drag racing, he decided to build a couple wheelstanding golf carts in 2005. He won the wheelie contest that year at Dragway 42 and he probably would have won again in 2006 but they banned all vehicles that weren't cars! Guess the big guys couldn't handle the little guys showing them up!
Practicing some wheelies in the driveway