I watched a goofy old spy spoof movie with Dean Martin, and near the end what appeared, but two AC golf carts! So I had to look it up in my AC books. And sure enough, about 1966, when the film was made, AC introduced a golf cart, based on a little three wheeled powered cart.
Re: AC golf carts!!!!! in reply to Bob Bancroft, 09-16-2016 17:24:04
which one Dean did 4 of the Matt Helm movies 2 in 66 The Silencers & Murderers' Row IIRC Murderers' Row had some golf carts in it his other two movies in the Matt Helm's were The Ambushers in 67 and The Wrecking Crew in 68 I have a copy of all 4 of them will have to watch for the AC golf cart next time
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