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Unread 11-02-2018, 09:24 PM   #1
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Default 2007 Par Car Value

I am looking at trading a side by side, American Land Master, for a golf cart. A guy has offered me a 2007 Club Car S10E-48A, VIN: US1E4-5ZF021 with a cab enclosure. It has new Trojan batteries, new charger, new tires, new rims. The kicker, it has over 1800 hours on it. Can anyone tell me what this thing would be worth? Here is what I know

Has the following.
Horn
Windshield Wiper
Cab with removable doors
New batteries
New charger
New tires
New rims
Fan in the cab
good seats
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Unread 11-03-2018, 07:24 AM   #2
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Default Re: 2007 Par Car Value

Sorry, Par Car, not club car.
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Unread 11-03-2018, 08:26 AM   #3
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Default Re: 2007 Par Car Value

You're missing a digit in the VIN. Should be a series of 4 numbers at the tail end.

Regardless, it's really a question of what you need/want your next vehicle to be. I personally don't need a cab, but if you do, then it's worth more. The basic vehicle without the cab or front tray. With that, figure someone spent close to:

Batteries $1000
Charger $500 at least
Tires with Rims $1000

(Those are all guesses and doesn't mean the value goes up the exact same)

So the vehicle without the cab and front tray, looks like it's in nice shape, has the factory 4" lift kit already on it, maybe 3-4000. Would want to know what condition the axle and motor are in though, being that it's 11 years old. I'm guessing controller and motor are original also. FYI, a motor and controller are just over $1000 each. Doesn't mean you need them, they might be just fine. Axles are rebuildable.

A lot of folks will bash the cart because it's a Columbia / ParCar, but overall they are nice carts when maintained, and that looks pretty clean from the photo. Parts are easy enough to get. The vehicle design on that chassis has been the same since 2000 and still being made today.

FYI, that cab, new would cost at least $3000 from the factory.

And that's just my opinion.....
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Unread 11-03-2018, 08:38 AM   #4
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Thanks for the reply, you are correct, I messed the VIN up all together. Was tired when I posted the message. VIN: US1E4-5ZG0241. Don't necessarily need the cab, but, would make it more year round friendly. Either way. I would have about $2g in it if I traded. The hours threw me off more than anything.
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