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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 1981 Jet Electrica (Mercury Lynx) $ 4,000.00
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1981 Jet Electrica (Mercury Lynx) Completely drivable and 100% electric car built by Jet Industries of Austin, TX. This is not a conversion. It is a factory built electric vehicle. Jet purchased these new from Ford as "gliders" without internal combustion components and built them as electric vehicles. This car is a time capsule from the 80's electric vehicle era. There is no better way to get into electric vehicles than these older lead battery types. They are pretty reliable and the EV drive system is simple and straightforward. Their biggest downfall is the weight of the lead batteries. The batteries weigh so much that they rob the car of any possible performance abilities. A substantial improvement in speed and range can be gained by converting this car to lithium. The lead battery pack in this car weighs 1040 lbs. A comparable lithium pack would only be approximately 232 lbs. That's a difference of 808 lbs. Only 13,000 miles Transmission: Original 4 speed Ford Motor: Prestolite MTC-4001 series dc Drive batteries: 16 x 6 volt lead batteries purchased from Batteries Plus. 230 amp hour each. Newly installed Sep '16 Car battery: 12 volt, 100 amp hour. Newly installed Sep '16 Charger: Jet on board charger, uses 220 volt plug Controller: Curtis 1221C controller - new heat sink added Sep '16 DC to DC converter: 96V to 13.5V converter - installed Sep '16 Wiring: All battery interconnects changed from 1 gauge to 1/0 welding cable with new copper lugs in Sep '16. Tires: 185/70-13, lots of tread and a little dry rot here and there Range: approx. 45 miles in it's current configuration. Buyer will get owners manual, service/parts manual and a 25' charging cord Interior: Excellent overall Exterior: Overall very straight with some blemishes. Rear hatch has a couple dents. These were caused by me when I brought the car home and was rolling it off the trailer. Right front fender has major fading. Besides that the rest of the paint looks pretty good. AC and Heat: Gas heat and electric AC systems were removed since they weren't functioning. There is a pic of a pallet with all the parts that were removed. This is a used vehicle so there is no warranty of any kind. No returns or refunds. Sale will be final. This is a local pickup sale. I cannot deliver it but will do what I can to assist in your shipment of this vehicle.
add to favorites 1990 Mazda Miata EV Conversion $ 3,000.00
This 1990 Miata convertible was transformed to an EV using a NetGain WarP motor, an evnetics controller and a Li-ion battery pack from Elite Power Solutions. The system was purchased from EV America in Wolfeboro, NH. There are 44 batteries, nominally 3.6v (but max out at 3.34v at full charge). There is a battery management system partly in place which balances the charges on the batteries. It has an elcon charging system which runs of off regular household current with a regular plug (either 110 or 220v). The 12v battery for the accessories is relatively new. I put over $3,000 of work into the body, a paint job, and the suspension. The components in it are also worth a few thousand dollars. It is very roadworthy and will pass inspection. It has a standard transmission, but no clutch, which takes a little getting used to. Mostly you are in 2nd or 3rd gear around town, so you don't have to shift very much. The current battery pack needs attention as several of the original batteries have failed (zero voltage) and others are questionable. In the original conversion, this car used Trojan lead-acid batteries, but they were replaced with the Li-ion pack several years ago. The newer Li-ion batteries from Elite Power Solutions are a slightly different size, so swapping out old ones for new ones is difficult. The new owner of this may be better off with an entirely new battery pack. As long as it has a capacity of about 150 volts, it should work fine. The car is located in Montpelier, VT. I towed it from its original home in Pennsylvania. The price is negotiable. I'm hoping to get most of my cash investment back. It is very fun to drive.
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 BMW 318ti $ 3,000.00
I bought this about 5 years ago from the guy who built it, saw it here on evtradinpost. Very nicely done conversion, builder is a Sun Microsystems engineer. When I got it the batteries were very weak, about 2.5 years ago I replaced half the lead-acid pack and it drove great for a little while but the other half of the pack needed to be replaced. I have too many EVs to deal with this one too and I am moving out of state soon so I am letting this one go. The bateries need to be individually tested and the bad ones replaced or, better yet, a better chemistry pack installed. It's got an American DC 9" and was good for 70mph with OK acceleration, a lithium pack would make this a great car, the saved weight would give it much better pep. On board 110v charger with plug under fuel filler door, A/C system was never finished but has all pieces to finish including a nicely machined compressor bracket. Set up for 144v but easily swappable to other voltages. Call or text two two five, nine 0 seven, seven four 0 five.
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 ZENN Electric Car For Sale or Trade $ 6,000.00
ZENN Zero Emission No Noise Two seat electric vehicle. Always stored inside Like new 14 sq ft of storage space behind two front seats Gets 45 miles per charge Goes up to 30 mph Perfect for short commutes or small community living! For sale or trade. $6000 OBO Call Joe at+1 (715) 768-0054
add to favorites 2 each U S Electricar Geo Prizm Conversion $ 500.00
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I have two 1994 Geo Prizm (US Electricar) Sedans for sale. Make an Offer You can see details about the vehicles at this website: http://www.evalbum.com/583 This website is not mine. I am just pointing to it for information. Motor Hughes Dolphin 3-Phase AC 50 Kilo-Watt water cooled motor Drivetrain Manual transmission, locked in single gear Controller Hughes Dolphin 50 kW AC Vector control with built in DC-DC Batteries 50 Hawker Genesis 26ah, 12.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, AGM 50 batteries, mounted under the car in an aluminum tray.
add to favorites 1988 Honda Civic $ 400.00
Honda civic 2 door with hatchback. Prepared to be electric, no motor or gas tank. Comes with two manual transmissions, new clutch, throw out bearing, transmission adapter to mount electric motor.
add to favorites 1986 Honda CRX Conversion $ 2,000.00
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For pickup in Southern California by 8/27/17 1986 Honda CRX HF Conversion - not running 144 Volts DC 700 Amps Open Revolt DC motor controller Netgain Impulse 9" motor 2kw charger Iota DC-DC converter (44) TS 160AH Batteries (1 spare for a total of 45) Vacuum Brake kit - not installed Larger brake kit - not installed Broken motor coupler - Needs new adapter plate and motor coupler Please contact me at octagondd@hotmail.com
add to favorites 2012 Nissan Leaf SV $ 7,500.00
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This is an all electric Nissan Leaf SV. Works great and is in excellent condition. Newer sport runs and tires, tinted windows. It has built in navigation and many options including keyless entry, heated front and rear seat and steering wheel, auto dining rear view mirror and power doors and windows. Comfortable cloth interior. It has about 50k miles. I use it every day to go to work. Only reason I'm selling it is I'm moving to Florida. I work in Framingham so it can be seen there days. Come see and test drive it 617-960-7933 Uxbridge MA
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 1994 Saturn SL1 120V Sedan $ 1,000.00
Garage kept for the past few years. Controlled needed repaired, so I had it fixed and never had the time to re-install it. Will also include a 240V charger from QuickCharge. Pack is 7 years old now and needs replacing. Was my daily commuter for several years. Loved it but am moving out of state and need to sell it.
add to favorites 2000 VW New Beetle LiFe04 96V AC Drive $ 4,000.00
Hello, Up for sale is my project from college. It is a red 2000 VW New Beetle with a sunroof. Important components: 30 LiFeP04 180AH Cells, an Elcon PFC 2000+ Charger (115AC), MiniBMS by Clean Power Auto (with an app to view the data real time), An AC-75 Motor From HPEVS, and a Curtis 650A Motor Controller. Additional systems in the car include power steering. There is also a heater, but no air conditioning. Batteries are in good shape and only have about 250 miles on them if that. I have kept them maintenanced. The vehicle has been stored in the Garage since its completion. It will drive 60-75 miles on a charge depending on speed and terrain. I have driven it at 70mph+ however it does operate best at 60 or below. Deficiencies - There is a switch that controls the blinkers and windshield wipers that has gone bad. It will need to be replaced. I had planned on donating this car to my Alma Mater, however they have been unresponsive when contacted. Please be aware that if they decide to become responsive regarding the donation of this vehicle I will pursue that route. If you have any questions regarding this vehicle or its components please contact me directly at alan.freemanscott@outlook.com. Thank you, - Alan Freeman-Scott
add to favorites Zap Custom Factory Show car $ 1,500.00
this was one of Zap's first cars and was specially painted to be shown at the Moscone car show in San Francisco it is a historical item and the paint job shows their dreams of what a difference electric cars can make
add to favorites 2000 Mazda Protege EV Conversion $ 4,000.00
2000 Mazda Protege EV Conversion: Conversion was completed in July 2009. Has 67,000 KM as an EV and is still being driven today. Some of the LiFePO4 cells appear to be sagging faster. Never winter driven since 2008. Model: Mazda Protege LX (electric windows, sunroof and locks) Motor: Netgain Warp9 Motor Transmission: Stock 5-speed manual Steering: Stock Controller: Curtis 1231C-8601 with Curtis PB-6 potbox Battery Pack: 45 3.2V ThunderSky LFP-160 Batteries (LiFePO4, 144V) Charger: Elcon PFC3000W Charger (120/240 VAC, Can Bus) BMS: EMUS by Elektromotus (Can Bus) BMS Display: HP iPaq 5700 PDA (EVGUI) DC-DC Converter: IOTA DLS-45 Brakes: Gast 12V Vacuum Pump Heating: Dual heaters for cabin (1500 watt ceramic core heaters), cable heating for battery box. Rear Springs: Elbach Ground Control #63315A (500lb total spring rate added) GVWR: Gross Vehicle Weight Ratio respected. For additional details and the full story about the conversion, visit http://www.evalbum.com/preview.php?vid=2025 or http://eprotege.blogspot.com Other accessories and extras also included: -Used PakTrakr -Used voltblocher cell modules -New Front Elbach ground control springs (63315A) -New Front disc brakes (rotors & pads) + Rear drum brakes (drums & pads) Prefer to sell complete car rather than individual parts Asking $5000 or Best Offer Contact Jim at eprotege@live.com
add to favorites Partially Converted Camry $ 0.00
I started the conversion, had the engine removed, demonstrated Proof of Concept with Kostov motor from an old HS electric conversion project. The car is free to a good home where it is. Logistics help available if you want it shipped. Other components are available for sale: motor, controller, go pedal
add to favorites Gray metallic Nissan Leaf 2014 SL $ 11,499.00
Gray metallic Nissan Leaf 2014 SL, 12800 Miles, always in garage, same as new! Fully Electric Car Great acceleration No emissions, no more gas, nearly no maintenance! Includes sticker pass to ride LIE HOV Loaded with all possible options. Gray leather Cool front, rear, side, and 360 deg top view parking camera Parking proximity warning Navigation System linked to internet and charging stations Bose audio, with Bluetooth, MP3, SiriusXM, etc... Led Headlights Heating in seats and steering wheel Fast charge port Internet monitor and control from Nissan Leaf app
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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