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Old 03-18-2010, 12:38 AM   #1
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ok sounds stupid but could somehow you take a camaro from a junkyard say for example a thirdgen and cut the body up to go over a golf cart and actually have it look good.? anybody done this? i think it would be pretty neat thing to do.
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That is a stupid idea but I would think it would be easier to do the other way around IE: cut the roof off the camaro and remove the doors and weld in a big **** roll cage in It's place. Maybe a little canopy on top
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Don't pay attention to those who can't just say they don't agree with the idea & don't have the ability to say anything polite.

It would take a LOT of work trying to shrink & real Camaro body down to golf cart size & have the result still resemble a Camaro.

You could try to find one of those go-kart sized Camaro bodies & fit that to a golf cart.
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I just googled camaro golf cart body and came across a 69 and 2010 camaro golf cart bodies the pictures to me for the 2010 in my opinion dont really resemble a 2010 but who knows if you do a bit more research you might find a third gen
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lmao wtf XD that would be awesome cruize a coutry club
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I agree that it would be very hard to get a full size car cut down to look right. Everything would have to shrink to scale. It would be near impossible to make it look right without building everything custom.
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