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add to favorites Toyota Tercel Conversion $1500 $ 1,500.00
The car was converted to electric in 2008. It is a nice clean conversion for short distance. But it sat for a couple of years without being used. The switch to turn the main contactors is not working, it needs new batteries and a heater. I drive long distance, I don't have time to work on it and I hate to see it just sitting. So if you would like to tinker with it, let me know. I am east of Seattle.
add to favorites Toyota Daihatsu Move $ 6,800.00
2010 Daihatsu Move Four door, four seat minivan. Rear seat folds down. New custom wheels and tires. 9” Advanced DC motor connected to 5 speed automatic transmission. Curtis controller running at 144 volts. Top speed over 80 MPH. 12 Brand new 12 volt deep cycle batteries. Zivan 144 volt charger and 12 volt charger for accessory battery. Range near 40 miles.
add to favorites 1996 Rav4 Orig. GAS now converted $ 3,500.00
This Rav4 is set up with an 8" Advance DC Motor, 750 Amp Controller, and 12 Hawker 2150 Batteries giving a 25 mile range when new. (These Hawkers are used.. AND TIRED.. TIME FOR NEW BATTERIES. ( range Now as it sits, only about 3 to 5 miles) Includes a home made charger. It has a Xantrax E-Meter ( $400 value) which allows you to keep track of Amp Hours.. It has a "Steve Clunn BMS which lets you monitor EACH battery Voltage ( can be seen at: http://www.greenshedconversions.com/Pages/BatteryManagementSystem.aspx You can charge/discharge any Individual Battery with a Flick of a Switch ! Seats 5, Back cargo area available for use. (No Batteries inside the vehicle) Battery racks under vehicle. Power Windows, 16" Tires. NO A/C , but it is all there to hook up if you want.., VAC Pump and Power Steering just added. Drive this beauty away. I now have THREE ..yes, 3 EV's.. Can't driver them ALL, so I really would like to SELL this one.. !!!
add to favorites 1994 Dodge TEVAN $ 6,500.00
1994 Dodge TEVAN Vin #2B4GH2590RR Currently not running. 3 year old 21.2KWH 180 volt DC battery pack tests good. 579 original miles. I drove this about 100 miles a few years back. It drove nicely until a problem came up. I repaired the DC to DC converter and there is another problem to be determined. Includes service manual, seats, a roll-out display platform that replaces the two rear seats, if you wish. There is a TEVAN group on Yahoo for support. Other than a small dent in the rear hatch it is in very good shape. It has been stored inside. $6500 OBO.
add to favorites Honda Insight EV $ 10,000.00
Make an offer for this 2001 Honda Insight EV in excellent driving condition. An overnight charge from a 120-v outlet gives over 40 miles of driving range. Although the original mileage is 213,000, the actual EV mileage is about 1000. It was converted by Stephen Miracle of Vermont very professionally. Inspection is up to date. Call Val (610-845-7096) or e-mail (valway@aol.com) for further description about this amazing car.
add to favorites Toyota - Daihatsu Move 2009 $ 6,800.00
Four door, four seat minivan. Rear seat folds down. Added space behind rear seat. New custom wheels and tires. 9” Advanced DC motor connected to 5 speed automatic transmission. Curtis controller running at 144 volts and 500 amps. Top speed over 80 MPH. 12 Brand new 12 volt deep cycle batteries. 144 volt charger and 12 volt charger for accessory battery. Range near 40 miles. Rides nice at freeway speeds. Very roomy for taller, bigger people. Good acceleration. Adjustable air shocks in the rear. Too many other EVs to drive.
add to favorites Porsche 924 Electric car, glider, or conversion kit $ 6,120.00
We are selling our 1979 Porsche 924 electric car conversion, either as a working whole car (but without batteries) for $6120, as a "glider" (the Porsche 924, nearly new tires, motor to bell-housing adapter, splined clutchless motor shaft adapter, and dash-mounted ammeter and tachometer for $1575, or as a complete EV parts kit (motor, controller, charger, DC-DC converter, etc.) for $4545. The Porsche was driven 50 miles on gas and converted to battery power in June of 2009. It was used for 3 summers to commute occasionally, driving 13 miles into the center of town, topping off the charge there for a bit while at work, then driving 13 miles back home. Its range at highway speed, when it had its 144-volt, 98 amp-hour gel battery pack, was optimally 50 miles (or about 10 miles maximum at top speed of 100 mph) but realistically more like 40 around here due to our 400-foot hills at highway speed, headwinds, cold temperatures, and occasional gravel roads, all of which suck down range. Because of careful attention to weight distribution, motor size, and controller output (adjustable through a range from battery-conservative to dragster) it still handles like a true sports car, even when you stick in 840 pounds of lead-acid batteries. Most of the conversion parts were purchased new from Greenshed Conversions in Florida, including the motor, controller, DC-DC converter, electric vacuum pump for the brakes, contactor, throttle control, Xantrex E-Meter, motor drive-shaft adapter, and bell-housing adapter. From other suppliers we got the tachometer, tach sender, ammeter, 40-foot charge cord retractor, resistance heater for the interior vents, various relays and switches, AC charger, and battery shunt regulators. At this point the Netgain Motors WarP9 motor is just "broken in" with about 30 partial cycles. It has a heat-sensitive control to relay-start a 12-volt supplemental blower for added cooling. The 1000-amp, 144-volt, LogiSystems, fan-cooled controller is user configurable and is currently set to about half acceleration to avoid smoking tires. The original 5-speed trans-axle is still in the Porsche, coupled to the motor without a clutch. Just pick a gear and "step on it". The odometer currently reads 70,165 miles and only 1,043 of those were under battery power. The car as a whole is in perfect working condition except for the lack of batteries, and has almost no rust (a little spot on the surface of the passenger door under the window), mainly because it spent 18 years in storage before we bought it and has not been driven in the winter. The paint is a bit oxidized in spots and could use buffing or a repaint to a flashier color than the standard "Mexico Beige". Thanks to some added springs in the rear this car has over 500 pounds of baggage capacity under the hatch. To see more details and photos of how we did the conversion check out http://www.geopathfinder.com/Porsche924.pdf . And to see more discussion about the planning and design work, check out our website at http://www.geopathfinder.com/Transportation.html . The Parts Kit list is as follows, and actual shipping costs will be added to the asking price of $4545: NetGain WarP9 DC Series Motor LogiSystems 1000-amp, 144-156-volt controller with 12-volt DC cooling fan Curtis 5 k-ohm throttle control with micro-switch QuickCharge OP144V/10A battery charger with wet-cell, AGM, and Gel battery modes; 10 amp max. charge rate; has recent factory "SCO" circuit board upgrade QuickCharge 12-volt battery shunt regulators; three units, each controlling charge voltage for four 12-volt batteries; these prevent over/undercharge of any one battery Xantrex LinkPRO battery monitor (includes 500-amp, 50 mV shunt) Thomas 1/10 HP, 12-volt, permanent magnet vacuum pump (runs power brakes) IOTA DLS-45 Power converter (DC-DC converter to charge 12-volt ACC battery from main battery bank) Solid-state 96-144-volt heater core; 1540 watts max. (replaces "wet" heater core) ADM Speed Sensor to drive Westberg tach from front shaft of Warp9 motor - $60 EV200 12-volt contactor; switches main battery bank to controller The 1979 Porsche 924 "glider" includes the body plus four Cooper CS4 Touring tires, two JC Whitney 750-pound rear helper springs, Clutchless plate adapter for Porsche 924 bell-housing (securely mounts a Warp9 motor), Clutch spline adapter (couples a Warp9 motor to Porsche 924 drive-shaft splines), Westberg 500 amp Ammeter, and Westberg 7000 rpm tachometer with motor speed sensor, all for $1515. This totals $6120 for all of it, still assembled and ready to add batteries. Make an offer on either the whole car, the parts kit, or the Porsche glider. We will accept either cash or a PayPal payment to our e-mail address. Serious inquiries only, please!
add to favorites 1998 Jetta - mostly converted $ 2,000.00
Make Offer *Netgain WarP 9 Series Wound DC mounted to original 5 speed manual *Upgraded Logisystems #201-144AFX 120-144V 750A *DC-DC converter mounted *Power breaks with electric vacuum mounted *MANY accessories and tools included to complete the project: 00 cable, lugs, hydraulic crimper, double wall heat shrink tubing, contactors, 10kA circuit breaker, inertia switch, 500A shunts, etc. All that's needed are batteries, tires, rear springs (if going with lead) and charger. It's set to keep power steering and AC for those Houston summers. inside is in very nice shape and there are 2 small dings in the exterior. An experienced EV converter came over and said there is only about 100 man-hours left to complete the project. I'm sad to see it go, but with 3 kids and recently starting a biotech company, I don't have an extra second to devote to my EV anymore. If you include gas, I can deliver it within 250 miles of Houston. Make a reasonable offer and it's yours. Let me know if you'd like to see more pics. If you are a school or other non-profit, I'd love to donate it to you.
add to favorites 1970 Porsche 914 $ 12,500.00
11" Warp and a Zilla NEED NEW BATTERIES MAKE AN OFFER
add to favorites VW Van 1972 conversion $ 5,000.00
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I am selling my 1972 converted VW Van. Converted in 2008. Runs well but needs a new battery pack. I spent over $ 6,000 at EV America doing this conversion. For pictures and more information, look at: http://www.evalbum.com/1549 . The van is in Colorado Springs, CO. I am at: hobomatt (at) aol (dot) com. Scammers will be quickly deleted.
add to favorites 2013 CODA All-ELECTRIC SEDAN $ 17,000.00
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2013 Coda 4-door sedan. Like new, inside and out. Driven 1050 miles, then stored due to out of state job. Approximately 90 mile range, with 31KW battery pack. Grey in color; Google "Coda Cars" for pictures--it looks and runs like new. 6-airbags; Alpine sound, Bluetooth; very readable gauges; good driver visibility. 6600 watt/hour charge rate at 240 volt, or 120-volt house power. $17,000 or best offer. 505-470-3014
add to favorites 1980 Porsche 924 Turbo, 156Volt $ 9,999.00
Price is negotiable. If you'd rather not turn heads peel off the big "Electric" vinyl decal on the side. 1980 Porsche 924 Turbo converted to all electric (no gas engine). It has back seats too! Not a lot of electrics can boast that – especially a Porsche! I love telling people at work that I have an "Electric Porsche", people are so impressed. OK, I'm weird. Keyless entry - chirp chirp! (how cool is that?!) + alarm. Power windows. Original 5-speed transaxle (clutch removed, not needed, shift into 3rd and leave it there). WarP 9 DC series wound motor, 1,000 Amp trouble-free Logisys controller (programmed for 300 amps - plenty), 13 12Volt deep cycle marine lead-acid flooded batteries (new Jan 2013) 156 Volt system (plus a 14th “accessory” battery for the keyless entry receiver, alarm, A/C that can run with the key off! This battery is charged whenever the key is on, a great idea!) 30 Amp DC/DC converter made by "Iota" providing 12V for lights, entertainment sys, wipers, etc., 2 other DC/DC converters in parallel for redundancy supplying 12V to the automatic vacuum pump (for power brakes), recent brake calipers and brake pads. Manzanita Micro PFC-20 120–240V charger on-board, includes both 120 & 240 Volt charging cables. Radio/TV/DVD/CD player with remote and Bluetooth, fancy speakers. Recent paint, carpet and seats. Batman Battery Management System - This LCD continuously displays Voltage of main battery bank, Amp draw (and charge), Amp Hrs used (and charged/put back in), a bar graph kind of "Gas Gauge" of remaining battery power, and there is a switch to backlight it). In the photo it is displaying that +5 Amps are going into the batteries (adjustable charging rate with automatic shutoff), measuring 176 volts (13.5V each battery), I had used 10.77AHrs and this number counts down to 000.00AH as it charges at the rate of 0.01AH per 7 seconds (on 120V/5A charge) making it predictable how long the recharge will take (in this case 10.77 means 1077 X 7 / 3600 = ~ 2 hrs. The bar graph showing that I used about 1/4 "tank". Separate LCD display for accessory battery Voltage. New front springs. Good front tires, new rear tires (Aug 2013). Air conditioning (ask me about this, cold air, draws little power!). Carpeted rear deck is available for storage (8 batteries located below, easy access). 5 batteries located down low in the front (easy access), a well balanced car. LED taillights. Top speed 70 – 80 MPH. Range 20 – 40 mi. between charges. Lots of pep! Converted in 2009. Cost of conversion - $20,000. You will find pix of this car on the Web back when the builder had 26 6 volt batteries, now that there are only 13 there is no battery box in the cabin and SO much more room under the hood, more than the original car! If you have been looking at these parts you know this stuff is not cheap. The on-board battery charger alone costs over $2,100, Google it. I bought the car in February 2013. Fun car! Reason for selling - change in work, need that long distance car. Using it for local city runs on evenings and weekends where my gas car gets the worst gas mileage. Also selling my 1976 Corvette Stingray (not electric - $15K obo), too many fun toys. See a pattern? - The other reason for selling - I'm 60 now, my back is messed up, getting in and out of a sports cars is becoming increasingly painful (14 spinal injections). The fun toys have to go. I am sold on EV's, I want another, one that is friendly to someone with a serious back problem. Car is located in Gaithersburg, Maryland. $9,999 or best offer. Do the math - add up the price of the EV parts...about $10K. It's like - buy the EV parts and you're getting the Porsche, the engine removal, the welding, battery racks, motor shaft coupler and mounting plate and wiring FREE! Runs great, turn the key and go. I do. Got questions? Ask! Come by, we'll go for a spin. I also have a great 12V high power ceramic heater that I have not installed yet and a car cover, I'll include them.
add to favorites 2001 Corbin Sparrow
2001 Corbin Sparrow Needs repair work on fiberglass. 92 cell Lithium set-up. $3500.00 OBO
add to favorites 1997 Porsche Boxster $ 3,900.00
This is the third electric car that I have built. It was originally going to be an electric racecar, but I don't have the time or money to be out racing. It is being sold without the racing batteries and motor controller and no charger. It has a 5-speed, no clutch. I have a 36 volt golf-cart controller installed so it can be moved around (15 mph top speed). The motor is an 9in Advanced DC. The interior is good, some wear, but no tears or holes. Body is in good shape, no major issues, some paint fade in back. Yes, the top works, the brakes work, the lights work, the steering works. It has 105k miles on the odometer. It is a salvage title. Call me at 9l6 forty seven five thirty five 16
add to favorites 2000 Nevco Gizmo $ 3,950.00
This is a 2000 Nevco Gizmo with 6800 miles in good to great condition. Serial number is ----0007 which makes this the 7th one produced and sold of the 38 that the company produced total. It has all of the original components and has never been modified. All of the accessories work. Batteries hold good charge. A recent move and a smaller garage forces this sale. Do not pass up on this opportunity to own a very nice street legal 3-wheeled electric vehicle.
add to favorites 2002 Honda
Sping is here...> Gas Prices are again going UP..... MAKE AN OFFER..........WAS $6,500 .. will take a REASONABLE OFFER. WE DO NOT ACCEPT PAY PAL for payment. WIRE TRANSFER ONLY This is at OUR SHOP in Crystal River, FL, Come see it.. SWIM WITH THE MANATEES...and either TOW it home, or stay and you and steve and put some new BATTERIES in this.......This Honda has the 1K ZILLA LV Controller (156V) , a 9" Impulse Motor, Working A/C, Power Steering, BMS, Seats 4...... JUST ADD BATTERIES !!!! Set up for Lithiums, but any battery of your choice could be installed. NOOOOOO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED.. this is too nice a car to just SIT.. come take it... battery it up.. and ENJOY it !!

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