if you have titles for them then sell them as that, the one that we are getting (at some point... I hope...) only one of them seems to have a title, and I am sure there are other people out there with simaler problems.
None of mine have titles, but I had the same issues with my Porsche 914. All I did was go to the DMV with a bill of sale, and since the car was so old (1973), they just issued me a new title. I'm not sure if this is something only allowable in GA though...
In Wisconsin, getting a replacement title if the vehicle was last titled by someone else is a major chore. You have to pay the title fees, and a bond equal to the valule of the vehicle, which they (the DMV) hold for a year while they attmpt to contact the previous title owner and let them buy the vehicle for the amount of the bond. I may have left out a detail, but it isn't worth doing for ordinary cars. Of course, if it iis just that the title is lost, that is an easy replacement.
Any idea what those N600's get MPG-wise? I only once saw one on the road...couldn't believe how small it was. Almost a joke. I'd better have one of those before I die. That and one of those tiny (original) Mini's. Then I (at 6'3") will go pick up my buddy (at 6'7'') and drive around town. That's one thing I definitely want to do. lol
If your friend ever wants to sell that car, please let me know.
I'll probably let myself know first , but if there's no way I can afford it I'll send you a PM. I figure the only way I'll get my hands (work on, not own) on it is to restore it because it has a lot of sentimental value to her.
Originally Posted by FormulaTwo
I think if i could get that type of FE i would have no problem driving a dildo shaped car.
Hey, I found this thread while researching my new N600's. I actually picked up the last of these cars on Thursday.
I'm planning on converting them to EV's. I may keep one of them gas as it supposedly runs (ran). It's body is in fair condition and the interior is the best of the three.
One of them was converted to an EV previously. I haven't explored it entirely, but they used a 1.5hp 36v/40Amp GE Series wound DC motor mounted on top of the transmission in place of the engine. The speed control looks like it may be resistance driven (very inefficient). The body is in good condition on this one.
The third car is in the poorest condition and may end up being used for parts....
I'm starting with the existing Electric and then moving on to the gas car. I'll post some pics when I get a chance.
Questions: Is there a way to get the key codes for the locks from somewhere in/on the car? I do not have keys for two of these cars. Also, are there any cheap trailer tires out there that fit these?