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STOLEN ATV: Ezgo custom golf cart

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STOLEN the night of DEC 8th from 335 Brogdon Road, Suwanee, Ga. $1000 REWARD for information leading to the recovery of this CUSTOM made golf cart. My husband & boys spent 2yrs custom building this Ezgo cart. Cart is a 4 wheel drive with a custom roll bar,rear bed and front and top cargo rack. It has a light bar in the front and 2 rigid spot lights and 2 rigid back up lights. It has a winch on the front and custom embroidered seats. It has 25 inch tires on black mag wheels. It has 6 Trojan batteries. It has a radio with detachable face which we happen to have. You would have needed a trailer and more than one person to transport. If you see anyone with a new cart with this description PLEASE CALL 404-456-8312.
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