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Ford Think Electric bikes, a solid frame and a folder?

Old 11-04-14, 09:28 PM
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Ford Think Electric bikes, a solid frame and a folder?

Been offered two of these complete with chargers and in nice original shape. I assume the batteries are toast. I had one in 2001, won it in a Ford T-bird contest, rode it a year and got $750 for it. These are the same as the La Free I am told and batteries are available for about $75 each. Any idea of value both as is and or running? Will post pic's if and when I pick them up Regards, Jack
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None in Detroit
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NONE? Oh I forgot, in Detroit you can buy a house for $100!
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NONE? Oh I forgot, in Detroit you can buy a house for $100!
Those $100 houses would cost a fortune to make it livable.

My point is despite all the Ford employees in this region, there are few if any NEVs or electric bikes. I was probably the first guy two own to Daimler-Chrysler GEM NEVs about 8-9 years ago.
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I grew up in Wyandotte and worked for ford as a contract driver. It was great place to grow up. I was a founding member of "The Outlaws" chapter there in 1954
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