1911 Baker Electric car
From the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome Museum fleet
Article found at: http://blog.hemmings.com/index.php/2006/07/page/2/
Thanks, this will make a very cool article in our next V-News monthly newsletter.
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What a beautiful old car
Is that the batteries between the fenders, motor looks like its beneath the cab. A former member posted a lot of comments on the batteries these cars had, many batteries still work after 90 years.
I would imagine that the batteries cover a good portion of the floor. I saw a diagram of an old frame of a similar vintage electric car and it had a lot of batteries across most of the frame with motor right at the differential. This one looks like the motor is coupled with a drive shaft and located, like you say under the compartment.
Electric - Bridgestone MB-1 Mountain Bike
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