With many 1916 and earlier Model T's on the road still today, it is amazing to think that you can actually own and drive a 100 year old car. I can't imagine that in 2116 you'll find anything from 2016 on the road...but this 1923 car will probably still be
Where the engine should be is some piece of electronic wizardry that makes electrons flow into small pinwheels that spin the state or rote or -- it's all very complicated and translating it into layman's terms is an exhausting feat, but the short story is 36 volts and the seller doesn't specifically mention if it runs at this time.
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