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add to favorites 2008 Ford Ranger Pickup - Electric
For Cash Sale (best offer) or equivalent value Trade (2010 or newer CRV, Jeep possibly must have clean title) I have acquired a TOTALLY converted electric 2008 Ford Ranger pickup truck that is truly a pioneer in its class. It’s manual, has fantastic AC, converted and balanced batteries (includes 2 variations of batteries recently added additions from Chevy volt), incredible torque, looks fantastic inside and out. Can go to work immediately and be charged. *Total Mileage is 50-70-mile range electric miles on a single charge, depending on driving style, traffic conditions and the topographical features of your route. Perfect for a daily work commuter, local landscaper or work truck. Save tons on gas, go green, no oil changes, and enjoy the total freedom of a revolutionary EV pickup trucks for a fraction of the cost. If you are looking to stop dealing with gas, want to help go green, or just love having a revolutionary totally electric truck year before they are fully market available this is for you. Over $20k was invested in the electric conversion project alone. Work done by a true EV pioneer and built also alongside a Shark Tank Entrepreneur participant. Disclaimer I would advise having some electrical experience as this was a custom conversion and completely awesome. I am not electrical, so have very limited details beyond what is posted about the truck. It has remained garage kept since I obtained the vehicle. The details listed have been provided by previous owner, and tech who worked on truck. Truck needs to be picked up in Graham, NC 27253 Additional information, Features and Information • Newly updated Bluetooth accessible BMS installed. • Batteries have recently been fully checked • Weight of the batteries is 48 x 8 lbs. for the Calbs. (384lbs). 200lbs of the VOLT batteries. • Fully detailed truck is in great shape inside and out (see all photos). Ready to commute or put to work • Title on hand and will be signed over with payment and pickup of truck. • It recharges from either a standard 120-volt outlet or a 240-volt outlet. Charge time about 10 hours on 120 volts, 5 hours on a 240-volt outlet. The charger and cord are included, all you need to do is plug it in when you get it to your home or place of work. Everything charges on a 120V Plug. The 240V plugs “IN” is located via the gas tank slot to DRYER outlet and charges both battery sections, but the FEMALE is a 120V. I am told if desired you can easily get the FEMALE plug changed that will fit a universal J1772. Switch to change between 120 (CALABS only) & 240 for both battery chambers (CALABS with Chevy Volt). • Electronic Instrumentation indicates the exact percentage of battery charge remaining, voltage of the battery pack, and current being drawn by the drive motor. • Because this is a conversion, the 'battery not charging' indicators is on all the time because there is not a gas motor in the vehicle anymore. I just ignore the dash light. • I've reached speeds of 70+ mph, but driving at those speeds does reduce the range about 20%-30%, *Truck sold completely as is, no warranty
add to favorites UP for Sale 1967 Volkswagen Beetle electric car $ 5,800.00
I have for sale 1967 Volkswagen Beetle electric car, The motor is a 96-volt three-phase AC induction motor rated at 71 horsepower of peak output. (The car’s air-cooled four-cylinder gas engine had 53 hp.) Peak torque, at 0 rpm, is 120 ft-lb, roughly double the number for the original engine. B22-kWh battery pack made up of 36 180-Ah cells—24 in the front trunk and 12 in the small storage area behind the rear seat. The total weight of the batteries is about 450 pounds. The entire car weighs about 1900 pounds,But with most of the batteries up front, the weight distribution is more balanced than the dangerously tail-heavy original. VW connoisseurs consider the ’67 the best of the Beetles, because it was the last year with the classic chrome bumpers and low-backed seats. serious buyers only. Contact richard at sweetdreamer008@gmail.com
add to favorites 1992 Saturn SC Conversion $ 5,000.00
For Sale is my 1992 Saturn SC conversion. It does run as it sits, but I will be brutally honest in that it would require a lot of work to get it to a daily driver status. I've gotten too busy with a career and just do not have the time to invest into this project any longer. I have owned this car since around 2002 when I started converting it. The good: 1)The body was painted about five years ago with PPG base coat clear coat paint in a much later Saturn Color called "Fine Sublime Green". This color was used on the Saturn Vue and Ion Redline series cars. It has 80 parts pearl in the base coat where typical pearl colors have 20-30 parts. It shows really well. The lower part of the car is painted in a color called Silver Nickel, also a later Saturn color. The car was originally red with a silver lower color. All body panels were removed during the re-paint (except the roof which was glued on) and all Saturn frames are painted black so you will find no evidence of the re-paint. This car was an Arizona and Las Vegas car so there is no rust on it whatsoever. 2) 9" Advanced DC motor with long tail shaft works great. This has been a very dependable motor and is mated to the stock 5 speed transmission. The clutch was replaced at the time of conversion, but it simply can't hold back all the torque the motor can produce. 3) Otmar built Zilla 1K HV model. This will handle up to 300V. Presently it is set to deliver 170V maximum to the motor so the car has an honest 170kw power capability, which again is more than the drive train can realistically handle considering the car had about a 90hp engine in 1992. This could produce up to 300kw. It did fail on me once where the car completely died and wouldn't re-start. This was due to a DC/DC converter in the Zilla itself that powers some of the logic. This was a small, but known failure on these and the Zilla was repaired with an updated DC/DC design so that part should be reliable. While I had it sent out I also sent out the Hairball and had it converted to a HEPI version so I could use the hall effect pedal and installed a Toyota hall effect pedal in the car. This was a huge improvement over a throttle potentiometer. I've had the car up to 100mph seeing what it could do. 4) Battery pack consists of 80x GBS LFMP 100Ah cells (LiFeMnPO4). They are date coded 2011, but I believe the pack has around 50 to 60Ah left in it. I did test a few cells last year at 60Ah. There are four weak cells in the pack and the car comes with four replacement cells. Full disclosure, I work at Elite Power Solutions which is the North American distributor for these batteries and this pack was an engineering set of cells that was used in a less than forgiving situation initially, but I believe it's still a very usable pack. This is a rather efficient car actually and I have been able to achieve sub 200 Wh/Mi energy economy figures based on the Link 10 meter's readings. The BMS that is presently installed does not fully function and would need to be replaced. 5) Has a Manzanita Micro PFC30 batter charger and can charge at about 5.5kw for fast recharges on 240V or at reduced power on 120V.. The control board had an issue on this charger a number of years ago and was repaired by Manzanita Micro at the time. It's fully functional. 6) Other components - Iota 55A power supply as a DC/DC converter. Has a 1000A shunt which was originally connected to a Link 10 meter mounted on the A-pillar. It is presently disconnected so the shunt could be used with the BMS. Small liquid cooling system for the Zilla, has a small leak I never could locate. The pump is from some automotive turbo cooling application and is overkill for the application. Kenwood stereo and speakers. The not so good: - The interior is all original and looks like the interior of a 25 year old car. It is serviceable, but would need reupholstered to be in good condition. There isn't any terrible odor however. The stupid automatic seat belts by some miracle do indeed still work as do the pop up headlights however! The car has light weight alloy Kosei K1-TS 15" wheels, the tires have good tread, but they are approaching six years of age and are starting to weather crack. The tires need to be replaced to be safe. No functioning HVAC. I simply never got around to making the AC or heat work. The components are there under the dash, but the under hood components have been lost over time. No power steering or power brakes. I just strong arm and strong foot the car and it's been fine, even when it was a lead acid car. The calipers were rebuilt and brake hoses replaced during the conversion process in order to minimize drag. I could never get the motor mounts and front suspension quite right on this car. You can't take a speed bump very fast in this car as it causes the whole drive train to jerk around a bit. The front suspension is basically stock. The rear springs were custom built with higher rate springs from Coil Spring Specialties and with the lead to lithium conversion the car does sit a bit high in the back as it sits. The ride is overall good through. Lastly, as a full disclosure, it has a gremlin I just cannot get out of the car no matter what I've done. From day one the Zilla would throw an occasional contactor resistance high error and shut down the car. I originally had used a used old Albright contactor so I suspected it was at fault, but after changing to a Tyco EV200 contactor the problem still persists. It's completely random too. Most of the time cycling the key off and back on will clear the problem. Conclusion: Again, this car does run and drive. It's even currently registered and insured. I have a clean Arizona title for the car along with a folder of receipts from the build. I suspect this would be best suited to be a parts car for someone doing a conversion, but I just can't bring myself to dismantle it myself. Asking $5,000 OBO. Rick (602)309-1966 or ricksuiter "at" yahoo.com I'll get some updated pictures soon, the ones here are from when it was originally converted with lead acid batteries.
add to favorites '92 Ford Escort LX, no batts $1500 $ 1,500.00
Webpage has a fairly detailed history of the car. Still very clean, looks like 5 years old instead of 25. Buyer must show up in person to pickup and assume all shipping arrangements. Motor: Advanced DC FB 4001 (9") Controller: Cafe Electric Zilla 1K-LV Battery: NONE -can take 15x Trojan T875 or any lithium. Voltage: 120-144 Other features: 2 kW onboard 110 VAC power, complete owner’s manual with wiring diagrams, onboard 110 VAC charger, steel battery box, most of the original cargo space, roof rack, alloy wheels, all disc brakes.
add to favorites FS: 1971 Karmann Ghia conversion $ 8,500.00
Due to life circumstances, I need to sell my beloved Karmann Ghia conversion. It has a Netgain Impulse 9 motor mounted to the normal VW 4-speed transmission, along with a custom hydraulic clutch pedal. Currently I drive it in 3rd, but have experimented with other gearing patterns. For instance starting off the line in 2nd, then shifting to 4th when at speed makes sense in some cases. It can get to 80 miles/hr and handle itself well on the highway. The controller is a Kelly KDHD-14800, rated for 800 amps. It's mounted to a huge heatsink that's in turn mounted directly underneath the vents on the rear hood. The result also looks very cool when showing the car to people. Unfortunately I think the controller needs to be replaced - the only flaw in the car is that the performance isn't what it had been a couple years ago, I'd tried debugging what's going on and the only remaining culprit is the controller. It gets hot during use, while in the past it remained cool even after 30+ miles on the highway. The battery pack is a 144 volt 45 cell 100 amp-hour ThunderSky system, in a custom box designed by Lightning Motorcycle. The BMS is their design as well. It does balancing during charging and can control the charger (a Manzanita PFC40) to ensure the pack isn't overcharged. There is a feature to adjust the throttle if the pack is too low, but we didn't hook that up. You'll have to contact Lightning to see how to do it if you want that feature. The BMS has an information display for the driver to see battery pack conditions while driving. I don't see any weakness in the battery pack. I'll include one spare cell that was weak, which I replaced. The Manzanita PFC40 can, in the right conditions, charge the car in about 2 hours after driving 45 miles or so. The charger is of course very adjustable, automatically handling 120 volt or 240 volt, and with the convenient knob you can use any power outlet and get up to 40 amps (or so) charging rate. I'll include a fleet of adapter cords that includes a modern J1772 adapter, as well as an old-school AVCON adapter. The rear seat area was not sacrificed to hold a battery pack. It's available as a seat, but I used it as a cargo area. The front trunk has the charging equipment, and there is a bit of room to hold some cargo. The top is in perfect condition, and makes for a very nice riding experience in the right weather. The exterior is flawless other than the white-walls not quite being pure white any longer. While I never kept it garaged, I always had it covered. People always stop to gawk at the car and have told me so many stories about their own Karmann Ghia experiences. And then they get impressed about it being electric. Or else they see the ELECTRIC logo on the rear and want to ask about that. In any case, the car creates conversation everywhere I drive it. The interior is pretty close to original VW, appropriate Karmann Ghia logo's on the right places and so on. I recently put in some nice floormats and modern seat belts. I've invested over $20,000 in creating this car. I started driving it in its current state in september 2011. Prior to that it had a Wilderness Electric 72 volt conversion kit installed, barely got 50 miles/hr and barely 10 miles range. Included is the Hydrometer that came with the car which I kept as a souvenir to remind me about lead-acid battery maintenance. Asking for $8500 shipped tulbure271@gmail.com
add to favorites 1976 Sebring Vangurd Citicar $ 3,500.00
Runs and drives great. Top speed 40mph. Not sure what the range is, but I have driven 10-15 miles at a time with no loss of power. Upgraded with a Curtis controller. Brake system redone with rebuilt master cylinder and front wheel cylinders and new rear wheel cylinders. New motor brushes. Almost new batteries (4-12volt deep cycle), setup for auxilliary 12 volt battery- needs aux battery. 12 volt wiring still needs work. No forward reverse contactor. Body has some cracks. Currently licenced and registered, with a clear AZ title. Questions, more info, make an offer: email or call/text: George- fiatev@aol.com, 602-502-3480. Buyer responsible for pickup, or arranging for shipping.
add to favorites 1982 VW Scirocco Conversion $ 5,000.00
I converted this Scirocco in 2011-2012, and used it as my daily driver until last year. Life happened, and it's been sitting in my garage for the last year. I'm moving in the spring, and it's time to say goodbye, and send her off to a new home. The body is in great shape, and has updated upholstery, tires/rims, suspension, brakes, and dashboard. It ran great while I was still using it, and just needs a new battery pack to get back to form. Some details on the hardware: Motor: Kostov 9" (bought new 2012, ~10k miles) Controller: Raptor 1200 (bought used, had some problems during the build, completely rebuilt by manufacturer and no problems since) Charger: Zivan NG3, set up for 153 V LiFePO4 pack Batteries: Need to be replaced! 45 HiPower 100AH LiFePO4 batteries Other Stuff: MiniBMS battery monitoring system, vacuum pump for brakes, 2 emergency stops (manual handle plus crash sensor), custom contactor box Miscellaneous notes: - The car currently doesn't run! You'll need to bring batteries if you want to drive it away. - The speedometer and tachometer had long since failed when I started the conversion... replaced with a digital tach and GPS speedo, but I never got the speedo to work - I took out the back seats to make a shelf for the electronics... I've still got the seats, and you can have them - I also have a bunch of random Scirocco parts that you can have. - I've got receipts, installation manuals, etc. for just about everything in the car - I live in Long Beach, CA. Prefer you pick up, but will consider towing it to you if that's a deal breaker.
add to favorites 1978 Datsun 280z (Nissan) $ 5,000.00
1978 Datsun 280z (Nissan) converted to plug-in electric. A classic sports car that needs no oil, gas, coolant or smog certificate. This 280z is equipped with: Netgain Warp 9" DC motor (less than 3,000 miles) BF Goodrich Advantage tires (less than 2,000 miles) Fiberglass racing hood (takes 50lbs off and allows full access under the hood) Curtis controller 144 vdc. It was running at 120 volts using lithium iron phosphate batteries. The batteries died but the battery management system is pretty new and can be used with a new set of similar batteries. The acrylic enclosure and binding straps for the batteries are also included. The car is not running but with a new set of batteries it will be good to go. The car charges overnight using a standard outlet but the charger also works at 220v for a faster charge. As far as performance, I've driven it up to 90mph on the highway. The speed, range and charge time will be determined by your choice of batteries. A steel trunk was installed where the gas tank used to be. I only had batteries under the front hood so there is a lot more room for batteries than what I was running. The range could be greatly extended by utilizing that space for batteries as well. There are some extra parts like the stock mirrors, emblems, extra headlamps, dash cover. The heater/defroster unit is very loud and not efficient. The interior needs work but mechanically, it is a nearly new electric car conversion in a sleek body. You will not find an electric 280z for less money. Batteries not included. Complements, looks and blown minds are included.
add to favorites Electric Gizmo Car For Sale - $5500(Yorkville IL.) $ 5,500.00
PRICE LOWERED FROM $6700 to $5500 on August 2017! See an HD video I made of this amazing all electric 3 wheeled auto cycle called the "Gizmo". Illinois and many other states have changed the laws, now anyone with a normal driver's license can drive this vehicle! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITXgrY_UxNM I have babied this auto cycle with garage kept, minimal use, and no rain driving only 2568 original miles. Purchased vehicle new (only one owner) in 2003 from NEVCO for $12,850. http://www.nevco-ev.com I have made excellent mechanical mods to the vehicle to increase the driver comfort and the safety. It uses 4 Trojan T1275 lead acid batteries with a Zivan charger. The controller is a Sevcon driving a separately excited DC brushed motor (originally made by D&D Motor Systems, Inc. Syracuse, NY.) The motor was rebuilt in 2016 (rebalanced and the contacts (armature) redone with new carbon brushes and all new end cap ball bearings) to perfection by as local company called Master Motor Rebuilders in Addison Illinois. I have re-installed the new motor and tested the vehicle, it worked perfectly. I made a new custom water road motor shield (aluminum with outer vinyl) which surrounds the entire motor armature area. This is Gizmo #34, and it is part of a 7 unit production on this vehicle with the cool hand operated joystick controls. Body is in mint condition also, as well as the interior and the seat. Three brand new Cooper tires are installed with custom detailed painted electric graphics hubcaps. Batteries are still working great over 20 miles range @ 38 psi tires, 86 degrees, 180 LB driver, over very hilly streets of Yorkville IL. Brand new Gizmo spec was 25 miles range. This is the ONLY Gizmo with a two towing plates in the front (see picture), and I have a tow bar (included) set up to match the two front bushings. This is the only Gizmo made with Custom Welded steel plates added to the steering tubes for extra strength. Other mods include fancy electric symbol wheel covers. Battery box cover lifts using hinges to prevent ANY acid gasses during charging to corrode the terminals, (they looks as new as the day they were installed). Professional electronic desulfator across all four lead acid batteries since install. Forward /reverse switch right at driver's left hand position, no need to use power key anymore, which was difficult to reach. Seat has 3M 1/2 " rubber added for extra seating comfort. Automatic seat "up" holder to allow access to the battery box. Two custom aluminum with rubber foot rests installed in front bottom cabin. Custom change/map/pen holder on right side cabin. The electronics and fuse side areas have been covered with a custom vinyl cover since 2003. A 12 volt cigarette lighter has been added on the right side cabin area. I installed 2 additional matching LED running side lights for safety. Under the seat is a custom glove box, I also added a dash map light with a switch. Custom non-slip cover on battery box cover to keep groceries from moving. Brakes have minimal wear, I did minimal braking, and the drive belt looks like new. Charger updated in 2015 (pro company in California) with latest firmware to charge batteries automatically every 7 days. Included is the full laminated electronic wiring schematic (4' by 2' size) of this whole vehicle!

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