Welcome to our Golf Cart Museum. This is a reference for anyone to discover what brand or model or year of golf car you own or just learn more about the history of the golf car. In most cases you will find pictures of the model and how to locate & decipher the serial number and year of manufacture code. All various models of a particular brand will be found under that brand heading. Continue reading →
EZGO takes a prominent spot in our Golf Cart Museum. E-Z-GO has been making golf cars since 1954. From the beginning there have been various models with different top & windshield styles making identification sometimes confusing.
Between 1986-94, EZGO made several golf cart models based on the EZGO Marathon chassis, yet with different and unique bodies. These EZGO Marathons were given specific model names based on their bodies presented below. Continue reading →
Club Car was founded in the early to mid 1950s in Dallas, Texas. Bill Stevens bought the rights to the golf car and moved the manufacturing facility to Augusta, Georgia, where he lived. Continue reading →
Yamaha burst onto the golf car scene in 1978 with a gas car that re-defined the gas golf car. At the time, Harley Davidson (AMF) and E-Z-GO claimed most of the market share. Club Car was not even thinking about gas golf cars.
Pargo was first manufactured around 1954 by the Columbia Car Co. Located in Columbia County, near Augusta, Georgia, the company was named for the county in which the the car was made. The company later moved to Charlotte, NC, but retained the Columbia Car Co. and Pargo name. Continue reading →
Columbia ParCar started life in 1982 when they bought the old Harley-Davidson Golf Car Company. Harley golf cars originated in 1963, made by the same people that made the motorcycles. Continue reading →
Since 1949 Taylor-Dunn has produced a line of electric and gasoline powered load carriers, personnel carriers, and other various industrial vehicles. Information is few and far between. If you have a unique Taylor-Dunn or if you have any information to share about them, feel free to drop us a line. Continue reading →