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Vintage-Style Electric Touring Car Debuts in New York City

Vintage replica electric touring car that is designed to replace horse-drawn carriages in Central Park would cost between $150-175,000 apiece.

Published: 17-Apr-2014

The antique-style electric car that animal rights advocates want to replace Central Park horse carriages is ready to roll - and making its debut at the New York Auto Show this week.

The vintage car, commissioned by anti-horse carriage group NYCLASS, will be shown off at the Javits Center this Thursday.

Jason Wenig of the exotic car company Creative Workshop has spent the last year designing and building the contraption at his Florida workshop.

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