Pity it's in CA, the shipping to the Great White North(east) would be a
My lovely retro-orange and white Auranthetic was stolen out of my
driveway a few years ago. While I did not get to use it often, I
thought it was blast to ride. (Not daily driver material where we can
have snow on the ground 5 months a year.)
(Bruce, thanks for the shout-out to the Econogics website. I agree the
stock charger was not really optimal for the job. I had 2x12 volt set
up on mine.)
On 4/15/2017 4:03 PM, via EV wrote:
> Message: 7 Date: Sat, 15 Apr 2017 06:53:52 -0700 From: Lawrence Rhodes
> via EV <[hidden email]> To: [hidden email],
> [hidden email] Subject: [EVDL] Aurenthetic for free in
> Berkeley Message-ID: <[hidden email]>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8 2b. Re: ?Re: EV battery question
> ??? Posted by: "Fred Cisin"?[hidden email]?xenosoftdogears ??? Date:
> Thu Apr 13,?2017 9:14 pm ((PDT)) On Thu, 13 Apr?2017, Lawrence
> Rhodes?[hidden email]?[Arcane_autos] wrote:
>> Francisco.? Great Scooter.? That had a license plate. Lawrence Rhodes
> I have an Aurenthetic electric minibike.? It has California motorcycle?
> plate.? It is in the blackberry patch in my back yard in Berkeley.
> Batteries are presumably irrevocably dead.
> It uses 2 large automotive batteries (preferably deep-cycle).
> Does anybody want it?
> Also, a Honda XL175?motorcycle, which is s'posedly freeway legal.
> Grumpy Ol' Fred?????[hidden email] >