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Old 05-07-2009, 07:59 PM   #1
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Re: The Energizer bus

I found the answers to some of your questions HERE.

I'm with ya on the transmission - they probably had to list 'manual' or 'automatic' to fit the auction ad template, that's all.

Rear-engine TC2000s and All Americans do exist, although they're not as common as forward control models.
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Old 05-08-2009, 08:38 AM   #2
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Re: The Energizer bus

sounds like another episode of my tax dollars hard at work.
kinda like on the news last night, $12000 for a wind generator that will produce $200 worth of electricity per year, ya that's a real winner, I'll only be 657 years old when it pays for itself and that's only if the interest on the money and the cost of energy cancel each other.
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Re: The Energizer bus

Originally Posted by Smitty
Don't know where you got that figure (90,000btu), but you're close to triple on what you'll need........
Smitty, I believe he just read it off the label in this picture: , which was one of the pictures in the link he posted.

Still, 90,000 BTU seems excessive. Especially for an all electric bus.

Based on the unladen weight, I have to think that thing has some amazing batteries in it... probably all in need of replacement.

Might bring someone a pretty penny in scrap prices though... lol

Beautiful bus, cool concept. It jostles the mind to see a bus without an engine location. I wish they had included some driveline photos. Is it an electric motor per wheel? One big motor with a driveshaft? How many batteries does it hold? Man, I'd love to crawl over that bus and check it out.

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