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add to favorites 2010 Star Car, Low-Speed Vehicle (LSV). Street Legal up to 45mph posted speed $ 6,600.00
2010 Star Car, Low-Speed Vehicle (LSV). Street Legal up to 45mph posted speed. The electric car shows minor wear and tear. Minor scratches in a few places and a very small chip out of the fiberglass in the very front, but overall - in very good condition. No rips, tears, etc. on seats. Has as working CD player though the CD does skip at times. Car has new passenger mirror, all new brakes, and brake master cylinder. Tires are nearly new. Maximum speed is about 31mph and will go 25-29 miles on a fully charged battery bank. All batteries, etc. are in tip top shape. Seatbelts, etc. no issues. Runs and drives great. Has a small trunk in the back. All lights, turn signals, horn, etc. work properly. Currently licensed / inspected. Simply don't use it that much anymore as we typically would use it to run the kids to our community swimming pool or grocery store. It definitely gets some attention as there's not that many of them out there. Car was purchased new in 2010 for $12,400 (from Virgina Beach, VA) and was trailered to Dallas. Always garaged. $6,600. Please reach out with any questions.
add to favorites '72 VW Super Beatle Convertible $ 6,999.00
This is an EV conversion I did myself and had been a daily driver for 2 years. But the battery pack is dead and I don’t have the money to replace them. LiFeO4 batteries (154v), 9" DC motor, EVnetics controller, heater, DC/DC converter. Follow the link above for more details concerning the EV part of this car. Regarding the actual VW body: The car was fully restored in 1995 by my father-in-law in New Mexico. It appears to have spent its entire life in the desert southwest. I got the car in 2009 right after the convertible top was replaced and started the conversion in 2011. The car was rust free when I got it except for the passenger floor pan where battery acid had eaten a hole through the floor. I replaced the floor pan with a new one from Wolfsburg West. The body has some small dents and dings and needs a paint job, but otherwise is in good shape. The car worked well, but I don't want this rust free car to spend the winters on the salty roads here and the hill country of western NC is not the best place for this EV..
add to favorites Porsche 914, 100% ELECTRIC & quick! $ 24,000.00
Asking $24000 Or Best Offer. Car is located in Corvallis, Oregon. See MORE IMAGES at: http://corvallis.craigslist.org/cto/5162138748.html GENERAL: * Excellent condition daily driver. Very quick and responsive. Lots of storage space in front and rear. * Silver paint has heavy clear coat. * Trunk has built-in storage clips (original) for easy-to-move Targa Top. * Well-done, professionally guided conversion in 2009. Very neat and clean. No short-cuts. * Recent service confirmed all cells are balanced and performing better than expected. * 105k miles on the car (odometer currently reads 5,807). * “0-GAS” license plates can go with the car. I have driven it over 100 miles on one charge. It will go farther in the summer than the winter (maybe 80 miles in the winter). I am not sure exactly how fast, but much faster than a stock 914, I would guess 0-60 about 7 seconds. I have had it up to 100 MPH. Charging is cheap. I can go about 1000 miles for $20 worth of electricity. I used to own a 1987 911 Carerra, which was a great car, but I sold it because this one was more fun to drive. I don't think you will be disappointed with it's performance. SPECIFICATIONS: * >100 mile range per charge. See range test drive notes below. * Speed Controller is a 1000 Amp, Zilla by CafeElectric llc. * Charger is a 30Amp adjustable charger by Manzanita Micro. * Can be charged from any standard EVSE charging source. * I can recommend a portable EVSE charge cord to keep in the car if desired. * A back-lit “Cycle Analyst” displays Pack Voltage, Amps, Watts, Speed, Ah used, Whr/mile, and much more. * A square-faced Xantrex display also offers various energy status information. * Distributed Battery Management System (BMS) by EV Power. * BMS top balances cells if/as needed on each finish charge cycle. * BMS is integrated to control charge and discharge when appropriate. * Battery pack is made with the safe Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) batteries. * Battery pack includes (90) individual 90Ah Thunder Sky cells in series. * Battery cells are rated at 90Ah each when new. * Battery pack usable capacity was rated at 26kW/Hr when new, and measured 23 kW/Hr (use-able) in 2015. * Motor is an ADC 9", series wound. * High performance pressure plate and copper clutch. * Electric cabin air heat is hot instantly. * Electric seat heat, individually controlled. * DC-DC is a LAMBDA Electronics Inc. * 2700 lbs, without driver, as measured on truck scales. * BILSTEIN Technologies shocks and springs. * New brakes, rotors and calipers. * VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): show contact info * RANGE: Two long-range test drive descriptions performed in 2015: 1st was a 103 mile drive from Albany, Oregon to Eugene, Oregon (and back), plus local driving until safe range limit alarm sounded. This drive included approximately 15 city miles and the rest highway miles at 65 to 70mph. The drive consumed just over 23kWhr. The second 2nd recent drive was 79.7 miles to Portland International Raceway (one way) to watch an EV event. Averaged 70mph, plenty of capacity remained after arrival. While there, charged to full in less than 3 hours. ALL KNOWN ISSUES: * 2nd gear syncro's are worn but very drive-able. * Transmission oil drip from the shifter linkage seal. Google this article to learn more: techarticles/914_tranny_select_seal/914_tranny_select_seal.htm * Tiny chip in windshield on passenger side. * Small rust spot, located just behind passenger door handle. See image where door handle is pictured. * Small tweak in rear bumper and lower body panel (right below it). For questions not answered above, text or call (541)760-3313.
add to favorites 1975 914 Porsche $ 6,800.00
Conversion 2010 with #42 LiFePO4 160ah Thundersky cells. Advanced DC 9" motor with Curtis 1231 controller and Zivan NG3 charger. Cell log 8's to monitor each cell. Have charged pack about 300 times at 50-60% depth for a range of about 50 miles each charge. Pack is performing well. Very nice original body and interior with no rust. Synchros in transmission in second gear going out but drives fine otherwise. Have reached 80mph with power to spare. May part out -make offer.
add to favorites Dreaming of a Tesla Roadster? $ 17,995.00
Here is your change to own a professionally converted Mazda Miata convertible. All the fun of a Tesla Roadster but a fraction of the price. Features an ADC 9" motor, Synkro Motive 700 amp controller, Zivian NG3 charger, IOTA DC-DC converter, 144 Volts of (12) 12 volt Valence U27-12XP lithium batteries (very rare) and Valence BMS, MMC EVision 2 full EV instrumentation, 144 Volt immersion heater, clutch retained 5 speed. Price is $17,995 or best offer. Will deliver within 300 miles of the Seattle area.
add to favorites GIZMO all electric 3 wheeled car for sale! $ 5,900.00
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, used to require a motorcycle license! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITXgrY_UxNM I have babied this auto cycle with garage kept, minimal use, and no rain driving only 2500 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 vehicle drove perfectly, but I decided to remove the motor to have it rebalanced and the contacts (armature) redone with new carbon brushes and all new end cap ball bearings. The motor was rebuilt 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, but have a reduced capacity of around 40%. Range now is 18 miles, with new batteries, range is 25 miles. 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. You can see a photo album with more info here: http://www.evalbum.com/484 Other mods include fancy electric symbol wheel covers, a hinged battery door, allowing charge gasses to escape (my contacts look like they did when I installed them). Seat has been 3M rubber modified for extra seating comfort. The electronics and fuse side areas have been covered with a custom vinyl cover since 2003. (easily removed using wire ties.). I installed 2 additional LED running side lights for safety. Under the seat is a custom glove box, I also added a dash light with a switch. This version of the Gizmo (7 made) has the easy to use forward/reverse switch located on the driver’s left side. Brakes have minimal wear, I did minimal braking, and the drive belt looks like new.
add to favorites 1972 VW Karmann Ghia Coupe $ 9,500.00
1972 Karmann Ghia Coupe Converted to electric 2013 120VDC system Ten Braille Endurance AGM batteries Netgain 9" Impulse motor w/double end shaft Synkromotive DC-750A controller-online manual and software Quick Charge 120V charger Gigavac 350A contactor 4 speed transaxle w/ clutch Adapter-Rebirth Auto Powermax 120VDC-12VDC converter Hall effect throttle pedal 4 wheel disc brakes Coil over rear shocks Empi 8 spoke wheels Range 30 Charge 5 hrs Fun fast and quiet all conversion parts new scince Feb 2013
add to favorites Ferrari Concept $ 9,800.00
This is an all wheel drive limited production electric supercar designed for the high speeds of European highways with cruising speeds over 140 mph. Built with Ford cobra independent suspension and components used with the all steel tubular chassis. Coil over adjustable shocks and disc brakes. The center cab, steel top, steel doors and window glass are Ford Mustang with original interior, dash and air bags. The car seats four adults. One motor drives the front differential and one motor drives the rear differential. The car was designed to run on two 150 volt lithium battery packs with a range over 150 miles. The charging can be done with 110 or 220 AC outlet. Charging station adapters are available. Recharge times will change depending on the charging source and the percent of recharge needed. There is space for an on board generator for hybrid charging at any time. The sale includes over $15,000 in new components. -New Lexani two piece wheels, 18” x 8” and 18” x 10” wheels and tires. $3500 -One new advance DC 9" motor #FBI-4001A connected rear differential. $1800 -Machined motor couplings and adapter plates, front and rear. $900 -One high powered Speed Controller and throttle pedal. $1800 - One 3KW 110 – 220 AC battery charger. $1200 -The Sigma GTE - Ferrari concept fiberglass body. $6000 -All high voltage cabling and wiring is complete. $400 The car was being driven and road raced at SCCA events with lithium batteries installed. Replacement battery system can range from $1000 to $10,000 depending on battery choice and the range you desire. No batteries are included with the car. The title is clear but is not currently registered. The car was registered as a 2000 Ford Mustang. This car was built for a client in another country. The batteries were removed to use in another of their projects. We have more than ten electric vehicle concepts under construction and have no time to play with this one. We can help with any desired changes, upgrades or options to see the car in service again. Email with questions. Car is located in Charleston, SC email or call with questions.
add to favorites 1980 Porsche 924 EV $ 9,999.00
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 that I have an "Electric Porsche", people say, "WHAT?!" It has, keyless entry - chirp chirp! (how cool is that...on an 1980?!) + 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 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. This accessory battery is for the keyless entry receiver/power locks, alarm, A/C that can run with the key off! This accessory battery is charged whenever the key is on, a great idea! 30 Amp DC/DC converter made by "Iota" providing 12V for lights, entertainment system, wipers, etc., 2 other DC/DC converters in parallel for redundancy supplying 12V to the automatic vacuum pump (for power brakes). It has 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/Bluetooth/USB player, 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 hours 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 one photo it is displaying that +5 Amps are going into the batteries (charging), they are measuring 176 volts, 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 charge @ 5 Amps (you can turn the charging rate up) making it predictable how long the recharge will take (in this case 1077 X 7 / 3600 = ~ 2 hrs. The bar graph showing that I used about 1/4 "tank". The charger shuts down automatically. 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 batteries there is SO much more room under the hood, more than the original car! The word “Electric” on the side is a vinyl decal that can be peeled off easily. 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 stop and go 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 old, my back is messed up, getting in and out of sports cars is becoming increasingly painful (I've had 14 spinal injections). The fun toys have to go. But 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 batteries 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 2013 CODA All-ELECTRIC SEDAN $ 15,000.00
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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. $15,000 or best offer. 505-470-3014
add to favorites 2002 Honda
MAKE AN OFFER..........WAS $6,500 .. will take $5,000 or 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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