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Old 11-28-2009, 11:09 AM   #7 (permalink)
Ryland
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At some point most older EVs are going to need a new set of batteries, this one looks like you can get it for a low price because they are missing... the only advantage that old batteries give you is that you can drive it a few blocks, or drive it on to a trailer and you avoid paying a core charge on the new batteries.
From the photos it looks like the wiring is in good shape and complete so $150-200 per 12v battery and you can drop them right in an in a matter of a few hours have it on the road, if you knew what batteries fit correctly you could even bring the batteries with you when you go to pick it up and drive it.
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