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electric hybrid car #198874 02/06/11 06:49 PM
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Re: electric hybrid car [Re: Alan Belson] #198886 02/07/11 01:50 AM
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Why do concept cars always have to be so ugly?

Re: electric hybrid car [Re: Alan Belson] #198888 02/07/11 09:29 AM
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Interesting read!


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Re: electric hybrid car [Re: Alan Belson] #199148 02/14/11 04:56 PM
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Re: electric hybrid car [Re: Alan Belson] #199150 02/14/11 05:00 PM
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Re: electric hybrid car [Re: Alan Belson] #199157 02/14/11 06:12 PM
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And they put the steering wheel on the wrong side! turkey


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Re: electric hybrid car [Re: Alan Belson] #199347 02/21/11 08:20 PM
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The ultimate hybrid, in a Walmart near you soon! [Not] crazy :

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/motoring...e-develops-electric-car.html#dsq-content


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Re: electric hybrid car [Re: Alan Belson] #199349 02/21/11 10:34 PM
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I wonder if it can keep the windows clear in the winter.

Re: electric hybrid car [Re: Alan Belson] #199355 02/22/11 09:04 AM
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It comes with a liveried footman installed in a bijou apartment in the trunk.

Here he is, - wave


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Re: electric hybrid car [Re: Alan Belson] #199429 02/25/11 07:40 PM
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...And now for something completely different, specially for the weekend! Here's the new Morgan 2 seater x 3-wheeler, making a welcome return after 72 years in hibernation! Distinctly not electric, but since it has a glorious American-built 1.917 litre [117 cu. inch] S&S Vee-Twin engine made in Wisconsin, I hope you will let me off just this once!

Morgan is one of Englands's last independant motor-car makers. They still use traditional methods like ash-framing and each car is hand-built to order on carpenter's saw horses!

On an historical note, this car's stable 3-wheel layout is the same as the gold-medal winning 9hp model made way back in 1910, which at 90bhp per ton was the fastest-accelerating British car of it's day. Complete with RAF roundels & WWII USAF Mustang Teeth, this antique is your's for only $45,000! Yeh-harrrr!

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/motoring/picturegalleries/8347272/Morgan-three-wheeler-in-pictures.html


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XnBlMBUqjM

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