|Location||Houston, Texas US map|
|Vehicle||2006 Jenny Lind crib |
Created for the 2006 Houston Art Car Parade, this award-winning entry was built and driven by the the youngest artist in the history of the parade, 5-year-old Bruiser.
|Motor|| Permanent Magnet DC|
24 Volt, 350 Watt
|Drivetrain||The chassis and steering are from a Craftsman riding lawnmower. The single rear wheel is chain-driven from a 24-volt electric scooter motor. The body is an Evenflo crib. The toy box storage pod houses a fire extinguisher, an accessory 12 volt battery, and a 600 watt inverter for non-drivetrain power requirements.|
|Controller|| What's that burning smell?|
Original controller overheated, Curtis 1505 on order.
|Batteries||2, 12.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, AGM|
|System Voltage||24 Volts|
Automotive-type 12 V charger, batteries are charged independently.
|Heater||The sun and the controller.|
|Top Speed||10 MPH (16 KPH)|
This vehicle was designed for a five-year-old to drive without hitting any of the 200,000 spectators in attendance. 10 MPH was plenty fast for those conditions.
|Seating Capacity||1 human plus assorted stuffed animals.|
|Curb Weight||300 Pounds (136 Kilograms)|
|Conversion Time||Two weeks.|