An earlier version of the related chart misstated the electricity-only range of the Toyota Prius. It is one mile, not 13. (A plug-in version, which is to go on sale next year, will have a 13-mile electric-only range.) The chart also referred imprecisely to the charging time of the Nissan Leaf. It is 8 hours with a 240-volt charger, and 21 hours with a 120-volt charger. Finally, the chart omitted the eligibility of two of the models for a tax credit; like the Chevrolet Volt, the Tesla Roadster and the Nissan Leaf are eligible for a $7,500 federal tax credit.
Peach (& Others) The Morgan Super Sport was produced in big numbers early on due to big tax credits offered at the time, but continued production through the 50's. They're good for freeway speed (70ish) stock, but most examples that you find today can go much faster. They've always been great club racers. They handle very well. I had a couple of friends with them in the San Francisco area and they come up for sale on eBay with some regularity.
My guess is that pretty much anything that canb be registered for the road in California can be registered anywhere in the . (You can certainly register things here in Florida that aren't legal there).
You might want to look into one.