F5 Custom Golf Cart

F5 Custom Golf Cart
$20,500 (F5, pictured)
$16,500 (Shadow)
$15,500 (Smoothster)
Available: Now
Online: pennwick.com
Looking for more than just par in a golf cart? How about the F5 roadster from Pennwick custom golf carts? Just imagine: Voluptuous fiberglass bodywork inspired by Italian supercars. Creamy tan leather seats. Seven-spoke 15-inch alloy wheels. LED-style projector-beam headlights. A 48-volt charging system — and a top speed of 20 mph. Like an exotic sports car, the F5 is hand-built to your specifications. Available options include chrome-plated tilting steering wheel, premium Alpine audio system, wood grain dash, and custom paint colors — if you prefer your red-hot ride in something other than red.

Or perhaps you want something other than a pint-size supercar?

Pennwick’s got you covered. The company also offers the Shadow, a luxury custom golf cart inspired by stately English luxury cars. According to Pennwick, the Shadow “has been designed to provide the ultimate comfortable custom golf cart driving experience.” It is built on the same ClubCar chassis as the F5, but seats four rather than just two and can be fitted with an optional hard top or full side enclosure. Grey Poupon not included.

Other Pennwick customs include the Brooklyn and the retro ’30s-inspired Smoothster and — for the hot rodder in you — the “’56.” Its honky-tonk character will bring out your Inner Elvis — and there’s plenty of room in the wood-paneled bed for your clubs.

Or, ask them to build whatever you’ve got in mind. If you can dream it, Pennwick can probably build it for you.

EVO 1000W Powerboard Scooter

EVO 1000WPowerboard Scooter
Available: Now
Well, here’s something different.

Affordable, too. Puzey’s “big toys” EVO 1000W Powerboard electric scooter could be just the ticket to get you from your car to wherever you’re headed — where cars (and bikes) are not allowed, or just won’t fit.

The EVO features hot-rod looks and function — including a “springer” front suspension, similar to what you’d find in an old-school Harley or Indian motorcycle — billet-style disc brakes, staggered rear coil shock, and a handsome deep-black paint scheme with red graphics/accents. The seat is quick-release and the whole thing folds up for storage or transportation and weighs just 79 pounds. Three 12V batteries give about a 10-mile range on a full charge. Top speed is about 26 mph, according to Puzey.
Keep it in your trunk for just-in-case.

Or just because.