Nope.The battery packs are not there because they are sold. I am still kicking 
myself for passing on the (too expensive in my frugal mind) 2016 30kWh pack 
that they offered when they received these vehicles. All were disabled and 
could explicitly not be sold whole, only parted out.There was a large emergency 
button mounted on the center console, telling me that these might have been 
used for self-driving tests. My first thought was Apple due to the timing of 
these becoming available around the time Apple re-organised their "Apple-car"Cor

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-------- Original message --------From: Dan Kegel via EV <> 
Date: 10/6/17  9:42 PM  (GMT-08:00) To: Electric Vehicle Discussion List 
<> Cc: Dan Kegel <>, Lawrence Rhodes 
<> Subject: Re: [EVDL] Google mystery Leaf 
On Thu, Oct 5, 2017 at 10:20 PM, Lawrence Rhodes wrote:
> I talked with a junkyard employee who said they got numerous Leafs with no 
> battery packs.  All cars had around 3k miles.  11 - 15 years.  SF junkyard.

Battery packs stolen, maybe?
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