How hard can it be to work on an electric car yourself? I'm sure there are a
lot of proprietary computer controls, but once they have been on the market
for a while, all of that will available on the internet, no doubt.
'66 MGB GHN3L76149
If you're near Mountain View, CA,
it's the primer red one with chrome wires and no cylinder head
on 1/27/09 6:12 AM, Eric Erickson at email@example.com wrote:
> Dan DiBiase wrote:
>> A Tesla? Cool.... I'm sure he'll let you drive it when it comes, right?
>> Would be interested in your comments on it (OT, of course)....
> Well the chances are the only place it will be allowed to be driven for
> a while is the racetrack so you never know (but would you let me drive
> your brand new $130,000 car around a racetrack???) :-)
> He is thinking of driving it around for a while in America to make sure
> it is OK before shipping it out. The warranty might be a problem in
> Australia and like his Stemme motorglider he might have to ship it back
> to the country of origin for any major repairs (although like the Lambo,
> they said they could probably fly mechanics out with spare parts).
> What a hassle... I keep trying to convince him to get an MGB!
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