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1987 Electric Volt Vette: Could this be the Vette Rod of the Future?

Corvette Fever Contributing Editor Jake Weyer interviews Michael Shoop, of St. Louis Park, MN about his 1987 Volt Vette, the world’s first fully electrically powered Corvette. Michael walks you around the car and shows you how the car functions. You can also read more about the car in the March 2010 issue of Corvette Fever.

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