In the early 1960s, the Henney Motor Co., the well-known manufacturer of hearses, ambulances and custom limousines, built and marketed the Henney Kilowatt. The Henney Kilowatt was a French-built Renault Dauphine converted to electric power. Now a Canadian company, Feel Good Cars Inc. in Toronto, Ont., is offering an updated version of this 4-passenger electric car. The company's Dauphine Electric, inspired by the Henney Kilowatt, is a restored Renault Dauphine fitted with a ...
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