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22k? thats kinda high...
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I'd drive one. I live in a town that is MAJORLY liberal in a state that is humongously conservative. I'd get so much tail in that. And I'f lift it on 35s haha, to spite hippies.
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thats kinda cool, never knew they were around either.
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friggin prius lovin' hippies.

Anywho....yea, they made 'em up til the '01 model year in very very very limited qualtities.
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I'd drive one. I live in a town that is MAJORLY liberal in a state that is humongously conservative. I'd get so much tail in that. And I'f lift it on 35s haha, to spite hippies.
I hope your talking about Alaska, Because MN is about as liberal as it gets. Just because we have a Republican Governor, don't let it fool you, visit out state MN and see what there is out there. A bunch of Scandinavian Socialists.

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i would like one of those... kinda a novelty item though
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yah my dad helped design those when he worked at ford, used to bring them home from work all the time. The only problem w/ them was their range...only could get around 70 to 100 miles b4 a recharge.
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Watch the movie documentary, Who Killed the Electric Car. It tells how there was a law in cali stated that something like 1% of cars made had to be electric. Then the law was abolished. Thats why there is no more GM EV1, ranger etc.
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says a 60 mile range....
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hey then you could get one of those ELECTRIC SUPERCHARGER THINGYS off of eBay...man could you imagine the power then......ha!!!
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I had one of those for about a year, loved not having to fill up.
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I had one of those for about a year, loved not having to fill up.
really? how was it?
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It was actually pretty quick, off the line it moved but it toped out at around 80. Going up hills was also hard on it especially with the A/C on. Other than that it was pretty cool but it couldn't tow for crap.
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I have a rear brake spring kit.

Anyone interested?
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