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Knievel golf cart for sale in North Idaho

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Special decal on dashboard appears to be Knievel's signature Special decal on dashboard appears to be Knievel's signature
POST FALLS, Idaho. - A chrome turn signal, a special decal and a cool story are three things you'll get if you buy a golf cart reportedly once owned by daredevil Evel Knievel.

Jim Wymer says he bought the cart about 6 years ago from a friend who bought the cart from Knievel.

The daredevil bought the cart for a charity golf tournament in Post Falls, Idaho, but didn't want to ship it home to Montana, according to Wymer.

Wymer posted the cart for sale on 'Craigslist' earlier this week.

"I've just about finished playing golf," he said. "Health reasons for one thing, and I want to travel is the other."

Wymer is asking $6,000 for the cart.

It has a special decal on the dashboard that appears to be Knievel's signature.

Wymer says if he doesn't get close to his asking price he will hold the cart until next year to sell at Evel Knievel Days in Butte, Montana.

Knievel was born in Butte and earned fame jumping his motorcycle over the Snake River Canyon.

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