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An EV1 survivor at Ohio State Univ, modified and used for research

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This EV1 is at Ohio State University, and the University agreed to keep it off public roads and to use the car solely for research. At the time of filming, this model was non-functional and had been modified.

The General Motors EV-1: A Rare Survivor, in Ohio!

Some 40 EV-1s lived through the crushing of most of the 1,100-car production run, and ended up at universities and research centers--minus key drive components. Some intrepid students have gotten them running again. Jim Motavalli reports.

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