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  • Re: Getting close to test drive

    Sure would like to see some video when you get it back together for that test drive!!

    palkan22 2 days ago
  • Re: Getting close to test drive

    Slight setback this weekend. Vehicle pulled out for test drive and could not disengage clutch to shift all the way into gear (worked while on lift). Pushed

    kolbbmw 6 days ago
  • Re: My XR3 chassis now for sale $2k

    Sorry it took so long to respond. This was in my Spam folder. Email sent to you. The main batteries are already spoken for. Anything else is up for sale. All

    vrod_2000@rocketmail.com 10 days ago
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Group Description

Welcome to the XR-3 Group

We are an independently-run group dedicated to building the R.Q. Riley XR3 hybrid high efficiency vehicle or similar vehicles.

Click here to go to the R.Q. Riley site and order your plans now!

If you have an interest in building your own vehicle, Hybrids, or EV's you may just find something of interest here.
NOTE: If you don't know, the XR-3 is the latest in a long series of
plans based vehicles designed by Robert Q. Riley. It may also be his first actual
production vehicle. It is designed as a high mileage hybrid, but all options
are on the table. It can be built as an EV, a conventional ICE vehicle, or anything
else you wish. If you have an interest in this please feel free to join us. This group is not associated with R. Q. Riley, financially or organizationally, though we do like his designs.

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  • 1488
  • Hybrid Electric
  • Jul 15, 2006
  • English

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