Todd McGraw's 1921 Model 27L

1921 Milburn Light Electric
Photo by George Milburn
Owner: Todd McGraw
Email: tmcgraw at wmba dot net
Location: Matthews, N. Carolina
Serial number (oval plate): 2-2184-7 (oval brass plate in back;  also stamped into topside of RF corner of chassis on spring knuckle; finally, also stamped on rear vertical face of rear wood cross-member that the brass plaque is mounted on---first we've seen of this!)
Motor number (title): 458643 (a 1917/18 series GE motor S/N)
Body number (square plate): 16189 (found stamped into both doors, both hoods and inside each door on upholstery lath.  Also found marked in very large chalk letters on the back support boards behind the rear seat back.
Model: 1921 Model 27L
Wheels: Wire, painted yellow (originally black?)
Color: Light blue, with black upper body, black running gear.  Prior to 1999, photo appears to show was all black.
Upholstery: Light blue, originally beige (or perhaps gray)
Seating capacity: Standard 5-pass
Windows: Original
Steering control: Lever (tiller)
Speed control: Lever
Top speed:  
Forward speeds: 4
Reverse speeds: 2
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Tires: White wall Universal(?) 33x4" tires
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Instrumentation: Stewart Speedo date code "L7" per Tom Henry.
Motor: Appears to be a 1917/18 GE motor---likely GE1051E14W6, 76 v, 33a, 1950RPM
Drive train: Worm
Controller: 12-contact controller---evidently a replacement from the original
Batteries: 14 gray DEKA 6v golf cart batteries
System voltage: 84
Charger: Zivan PFC 1500, 1200 watt @ 115 volt with a 84 volt output.
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Known Ownership History:
* 12/2010 - current : Todd McGraw of North Carolina
* 11/2008 - 12/2010: Tom Henry of Winter Park, Fla. [Florida lic#BG2 190]
* 2005(?) - 2008: Mark Plante of Indianola, Fla. [unlicensed]
* 1999-2005(?) Eugene Burrows [Kansas lic#24420]
* Pre-1999: Chicago Illinois? [Illinois lic#?]

It's been reported that Eugene Burrows bought the car in 1999 in Chicago from the 2nd owner and that the two prior owners were women.  The car had a very rough interior and needed paint.  The body itself was in great shape.  Mr. Burrows opted for a frame off restoration, including changing the color from what appeared to be all black.  The fabric style chosen was the same as original, though a different color.  The car evidently was missing its controller or it was in really bad shape when Burrows purchased the car as he was seeking a Milburn controller during restoration.