MEARS Auction #179, Ends Saturday, September 2nd, 2023, 10:00 PM CST W/30-Minute Rule In Effect
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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 9/3/2023

Offered is an original 1964 Harley Davidson golf cart, used by the Braves to carry relief pitches to the mound at County Stadium.

The Indian brave’s mostly shaved head is thrown back, the smiling mouth open wide as though he has just slain a buffalo with one arrow.

It’s the hand painted face of the old Milwaukee Braves mascot, and it decorates the front and back ends of a 1964 Harley Davidson golf cart. The two-seat vehicle, which once purred out to the mound at County Stadium carrying relief pitchers, is featured at MEARS Auctions.

Cart was owned by Bill Priaulx, a former golf cart dealer who had it in storage over 45 years ago. Cart was used by the Braves during the 1964 and 1965 seasons.


One of the few Electric Carts Manufactured by Harley

Leased by the Milwaukee Braves and painted with the team logo. Harley Davidson logo can also be seen

Famous Pitchers and other Braves players used the cart

New Tires, new battery, wheels power sanded and painted, new brake pads, new seat covers hand made to match the originals, new metal seat pans custom made to match the original, new key, re-chromed original rear bumper, new original chrome hubcaps, new solenoids, and a second set of new deep thread tires are included.

Local Pick up. Fitted new trailer with lights available if interested. ***PICK UP ONLY WITHIN 7 DAYS OF AUCTION END***


Current Bidding
Minimum Bid: $850
Final prices include buyers premium.: $4,960
Number Bids:15
Competitive in-house shipping is not available for this lot.
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