Sidewalk Runner: 1972 Kelsen Sports Rider

It is Thursday, so that means time for something wacky. Wacky Thursdays, we call ’em. And there isn’t much more wacky than an early 70s vintage electric golf cart that some nut decided could be an enclosed car. This one doesn’t have a license plate, but this Kelsen appears to have lights and turn signals and all the things necessary to drive on the street if you one was daring. You’d probably be quicker walking, but the glass enclosure should keep you free from the COVID infected spittle of the other people on the sidewalk. Find this 1972 Kelsen Sports Rider offered for $3,500 in Monterey, CA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!

From the seller:

fuel: gas
odometer: 99999
title status: clean
transmission: other

fuel: gas
title status: clean
transmission: automatic


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1972 Kelsen sport rider 36v electric car. This has been sitting for many years. The conduction is unknown. Not running. It was built by Kelsen Manufacturing Company out of Stanton, Calif. and sold in Long Beach. This was a true automobile including turn signal, hardtop, bumpers, chargers, steering tiller, horn, rear view mirrors and was sold as a true automobile. Sports Riders have exclusive hood emblems from the 1959 Ford Galaxy 300. The Sports Riders came in primary colors blue, white red and Daytona Yellow. Call if interested

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