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Old 08-08-2014, 04:29 PM   #1
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Check out our new toy

This is our Cricket. Weights only 300 lbs and is so easy to transport. Smaller than a golf cart but holds two adults very comfortably. Fits nicely into our car hauler with our car.
It's the cutest thing ever!Click image for larger version

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Wow, I never saw one before. It must be electric? Are they very expensive ? Hey, if it rains you can use a big umbrella. I am sure you will have fun driving around the campgrounds.

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Old 08-08-2014, 04:56 PM   #3
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Cute as a button.
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Yes, it's electric and it even has a built in charger under the seat. The best thing about it is that there is a slide bar in the middle of which extends the distance between the seat and the steering for extra leg room. $2600 ... Much cheaper than a new electric golf cart and much easier to transport. Supposedly it fits onto the back of an SUV . And the charge lasts forever!
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Wow, I never saw one before. It must be electric? Are they very expensive ? Hey, if it rains you can use a big umbrella. I am sure you will have fun driving around the campgrounds.

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seen one with a removable top sheltering sun and rain. very cut.

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Could I please get a link to where I can purchase one. My wife has one that is quite old and I may be looking at upgrading.
You have a very nice new toy!
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Do you have the 0-60 time for that toy?
It is cute....

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Old 08-08-2014, 06:19 PM   #9
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Type in Ricks Speciality Vehicles and his site will come up.

There are two models. The other model looks more like a golf cart.

We love ours. It's great for camping and car shows.


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What a great idea!!
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That thing is cool
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Thank you... This is the first weekend that we have it camping and it's great. We are at a place that the hills are horrendous and it works like a champ.
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