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1976 Sebring-Vanguard CitiCar

Discussion in 'Other Cars for Sale' started by Roadster, Sep 24, 2017.

  1. Roadster

    Roadster Member

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    Not mine but just stumbled upon this CitiCar being offered for sale in Mount Horeb, WI on C/List here in case someone's looking to bolster their EV collection. No price listed. 357 miles on the odo. From the ad...

    "1976 elecric car with 357 miles. This Sebring-Vanguard CitiCar is considered by some to be the vehicle that started the second coming of electric produced between 1974 and 1977. The US-based Sebring-Vanguard proved that electric worked in a compact, lightweight package.

    "With only eight six-volt deep-cycle batteries on board, the fiberglass and aluminum CitiCar boasts a range of 35 miles and a top speed of around 35-40 miles. Today, the CitiCar is cherished by collectors. Only 2,300 or so CitiCars were ever produced, but still that was enough to make it the most-produced electric vehicle in American history until the Tesla Roadster took over. Tire size 4.80 12"; original white seats excellent. The image shown here is from an auto museum but very similar in color and shape. Overall condition of the car is very good."


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    Qbenjamin Ballin On A Budget

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    Maybe it's just me, but that is by far the ugliest can of tuna I've ever seen...
     
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