Disney has become much more than Classic films and theme parks. Walt Disney created a community and a cult following. Many Disney fans have become merchandise or pin collectors but if you are a fellow Disney fan like myself that enjoys collecting rare and historic Disney pieces then look no further. Currently, eBay is bidding a late ’70s piece that once transported Guests to the “The Most Magical Place on Earth.”
For a limited time, eBay has released a bidding war for this rare Walt Disney World trolley. So far 20 bids have been made, and it is currently standing at $10,100 U.S. dollars. eBay states,
This golf cart was produced by the Noland Car Co. for Walt Disney World. During the late ’70s Disney commissioned the Noland Car Co. to build a limited number of these unique Trolley designed carts to move hotel guests to their needed destinations. They were used until the mid 1980s. They have the look of an old vintage Trolley car with “Mickey” details in the wood. Notice Mickey’s head in the wood work? It also has a trolley Bell and centered headlight. It seats 6 people and has an area to carry luggage. I have only see one other cart like this which sold for $21,000 in 2014.
Does it still Drive?
Can you believe that this ancient trolley still moves? eBay announces that this “chassis is a modified golf cart with typical battery/electric motor.” If you are interested in revamping this piece of Disney history, it is easy to maintain, contains an older battery that you can replace, and comes with a charger. It is sold in its current excellent condition and is available to review at the end of the auction. Check out more information on the eBay website listing.
This is an exclusive Disney piece that does not usually come on the market so if you are interested, we suggest you make a move before bidding ends April 21 at 1:30 p.m. You could be driving around your town in one of your own vintage people mover carts from Walt Disney World, no horse or tracks needed!
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