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Yesteryear Golf Carts
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Old 08-28-2009, 10:13 AM
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What are the differences between a Yesteryear Cart purchased at
The Villages Cart store in LSL vs. Yesteryear's own store?

Specifically in terms of price, equipment and warranty

Why buy it from one outlet rather than the other. My wife wants me to buy her one but I'm confused.
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Old 08-28-2009, 01:10 PM
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What are the differences between a Yesteryear Cart purchased at
The Villages Cart store in LSL vs. Yesteryear's own store?

Specifically in terms of price, equipment and warranty

Why buy it from one outlet rather than the other. My wife wants me to buy her one but I'm confused.
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When I talked with The Villages Cart store they stated that they were just removing the Yamaha body and adding a Yesteryear body on the Yamaha frame.

One thing that I know is different is that the Yesteryear cart has a longer wheelbase than TVC store conversion.

On the cart that I was looking at the sales guy stated that doors were an option and were about $800.00 which I though was a bit high.

You will have to visit both stores and to get a true apple to apple comparison.
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Old 08-28-2009, 01:56 PM
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I would buy from the Yesteryear store, I have looked at them and have vowed it will be my next cart, they are very nice carts IMO....GN
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Old 08-28-2009, 02:10 PM
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Can someone give a price range for new yesteryear carts purchased from the yesteryear store?
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Old 08-28-2009, 02:21 PM
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Last time I looked was over a year ago and you could get one around $10K - $11K, but remember it's like buying a car, you have to work to get the best deal, but I do love those Yesteryear carts.....GN
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Old 08-28-2009, 03:01 PM
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I think that the Villages Golf Cart Store is the new and sole distributor of of Yesteryear Golf Carts. The fellow up on 441 told me he no longer carries them as they couldn't afford to do so and pay the lease. Villages Golf Carts took over the line and now Yesteryear carts changed it's name and sells Eagle Carts and Star Carts, I believe.
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The Villages is now the only Yesteryear **** sales, They contracted to be the sales outlet. Yesteryear store stop selling them when the contract was completed. They are still built by the same company Eagle Produts which sells regular carts and Lsv's.
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