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« on: July 15, 2018, 08:15:26 AM »

Anyone else caught up with the talk videos yet. Interesting but the onyl thing that was new to me were SunAmp, heat batteries. That was interesting
Also the talk about classic car EVs
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« Reply #1 on: July 15, 2018, 08:30:47 AM »

Nick,

Part of the thing about driving classics is the noise they make or more accurately the engine. A MkII or E-Type with the straight six or the Range Rover with the Rover V8 simply isn't going to be the same experience with an electric drive.

Times move on. We look back at horse drawn carriages/ carts. In 50 years time I suspect we'll be doing the same with ICE powered 'classics'.

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Richard
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1.28kW on a Lorentz ETATRACK1000 + 1.44kW/ SB3000TL-21 (FIT), 1.28kW/ SB1700 (ROO/FIT). CTC GSi12 heat pump/Ecosol/Flowbox 8010e/Gledhill ASL0085 EHS/3off Navitron 4720AL Solar ET & Immersun T1060/T1070/T1090. 3.375kW/ SMA SB3600TL-21 and a Sunny Island 4.4M-12 c/w 15.2kWh battery and a Renault Zoe.
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« Reply #2 on: July 15, 2018, 08:43:17 AM »

I would love an electric classic, hell i'd love my old fourtrak to be converted and still use it for work.
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