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add to favorites BMW 318i EV Conversion $ 9,000.00
This is a sharp-looking EV-sports car that has been converted with considerable TLC. Rescued from an estate sale, this 4-door 5-speed 318i with power windows and sunroof has new paint, as well as aftermarket lights and wheels. The painting, upgrades and EV conversion occurred in 2012 and were executed with precision care by a helicopter engineer; it has a custom-machined adapter plate connecting the Warp 9 motor to the BMW transmission, with a new clutch installed at the time of conversion. The car has 155K original miles, but only the last 7,500 mi are EV. A recent inspection by a certified BMW mechanic revealed that all non-EV parts are in great working order. EV components consist of a 144V ThunderSky LiFePo4 battery pack, a water-cooled EVNetics ‘Soloton Jr.’ controller, Elcon DC/DC converter, MiniBMS (batt mgt system), CleanPowerAuto EV display (AH meter for accurate state-of-charge readings), and an Elcon 3 kW PFC charger that automatically senses 110V/220V input (can currently plug into regular 110V/20A outlet or 220V, & gas cap area has space for a J1772 inlet for public charging). The main motor also drives a power-steering pump and air-conditioner. This is a truly precision-built machine that drives great. It is a fantastic inter-city car, getting easily 20 mi per charge (my commute is 9 mi each way). Despite being stripped of ICE components, it’s still a fairly heavy car (hence the moderate range); wIth a pack upgrade, the range could double or more. I’m only selling due to a move where my commuting distance will be significantly longer. The previous owner spent about $12K on the conversion (veh and parts only), and he gave me receipts for the components. Contact me at with interest and/or questions. This car is physically located in Chicago.
add to favorites Dodge Neon electric conversion $ 4,200.00
I converted the original 2000 Dodge Neon in 2009 to full electric, using lead acid sealed batteries and a DC motor. The 144 volt battery pack is composed of 12 batteries of 120 ampere-hour, and the 80 horse power (peak) FB1 144 DC motor is fed by a Curtis 1231C controller. The conversion was completed, inspected and registered as road legal in 2010 (the current license plate reads AMPERE). The Washington Post heard about my conversion and I was interviewed by John Kelly. A video of the driving demo can be found at: The car is currently registered in Maryland, insured and drivable for a short distance (due to the batteries condition) The documentation I provide also includes the mechanical design drawings for a 160 Ah Lithium Ion battery pack upgrade, which I calculated would provide a range of nearly 80 miles, with a more than 10-year battery lifetime. I will also include additional electrical spare parts, and technical consultancy for up to 40 hours, provided by telephone and Internet. Additional information: - The original NEON 2000 donor car had 123,533 miles and was in a very good shape: no rust, minimal dents, and kept in my garage all the time since I owned it. I drove the electric Neon for 1,050 miles. I used it for three years, until I purchased a Nissan Leaf. The four tires are in good shape (more than 50% of their life), and the original spare tire is provided. Brakes and shocks are in excellent condition. The four suspension springs have been replaced by new, heavier duty springs to take into account the battery weight increase. The conversion is very clean; the design is simple and really reliable (I am a retired electrical engineer with helicopter autopilots and avionics background, and I know how to modify about anything that moves). Please refer to the Web page listed above for additional information.
add to favorites 1996 Ford Escort $ 1,000.00
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body - Ford Escort, manual transmission, two-door, hatchback. Raleigh, NC. controller - Curtis Controller 1231C - 144VDC, 400A, brand new. no batteries or wiring. This project started a while back but did not gain any traction. The motor and gas parts have all been removed, leaving the brakes, suspension, and transmission all for a great start to an EV project. The wheels and tires are in great shape. The controller is brand new and has not been used. The interior is in OK condition, but with a little love will work nicely. Contact me for pics, or I will upload some in a few days.
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 2006 Smart Fortwo EV $ 6,900.00
this is a Smart Fourtwo with 16 kw li-ion battery pack. It goes 70 MPH Top speed. It will go 70 miles on a charge around town or 30 miles on the freeway at 60 MPH. It will recharge from 120 or 240 without a special box. It costs $1.60 for electricity to fill it up. It takes 6 hours to recharge when empty from a dryer outlet. It has air-conditioning, heat, an AM/FM/CD player in the dash. The car runs and drives perfectly. New front brakes. New tires. Delivery available. Contact me with any questions. 731-924-9704
add to favorites 2014 Wheego Life (65 MPH capable) $ 9,500.00
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2013 Wheego Life bought new 9/2014. Car is still like brand new. Includes charger. Lots of years and miles still on the manufacturer's warranty. Only 2500 original miles. $9500. Car is Black. Has all options including Air Conditioning. Pickup in Atlanta, GA.
add to favorites 1971 Karmann Ghia conversion - soft top, white walls - 50 miles range $ 13,000.00

Due to life circumstances, I need to sell my beloved Karmann Ghia conversion. You can see details on the car @

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.

The car also comes with the domain name, website content and twitter handle.

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 $13,000 -- David Herron -- david -at- davidherron dot com -- 408-230-0819

add to favorites VW Golf Conversion $ 9,500.00
Here is an opportunity to purchase a complete, ready to drive EV conversion. This 1999.5 VW Golf Mark IV has four doors and can seat a family of 4 in comfort. Wife’s new career and daughter getting ready for college requires a change in our family transportation needs. I did all the work myself with the help of many members of the local EV club ( This conversion has become one of the feature cars at our local meetings and events. Most people think it is a professional conversion. This is an excellent daily driver with a range of 40-50 miles. You will not find a car this age in better condition. You will not see a cleaner conversion. The car was originally converted to an EV by AC Propulsion for VW in 2000 from a European built car. The car was stripped and sold off as a glider. I purchased it in 2007 and began the process of rebuilding the car. This car is a 4 door, hatchback Croatian built Model E Golf with Euro bumpers and lights. The car currently has about 35,000 miles est. (57,184 km, Odometer is in Kilometers) I do have a US replacement cluster available. It has a Warp 9 dual shaft motor attached to a standard 5 speed transmission with no clutch pedal. Soliton-1 controller with liquid cooling system. It was installed October 2010. 3 DC-DC converters. I have installed tachometer, amp meter gauges and basic Elithion SOC gauge. Asus 7 inch tablet running Torque does live monitoring of speed and Elithion BMS status. Car has 1500w electric heater and excellent Masterflux AC unit installed 2013. This car can take the Texas heat with no problem. Heater is more than enough for the coldest days here. Car has power brake booster and Power steering. This car has a 208V battery pack consisting of 64 Thundersky LiFe04 90ah batteries. Elithion BMS and Elcon 2500 charger. Original batteries were installed summer 2009, 20 additional cells added in 2012. There are cooling fans through out the battery compartments for summer charging. A forced air heating system for the battery pack keeps the batteries well above freezing in the coldest weather. Current charging system is set up for 120/240V, with standard plug or custom J1772 plug input and control circuit. You can charge anywhere. The interior modifications by ACP included Recaro bucket seats in front, battery compartments under the front seats and the center tunnel, under the rear seat and trunk compartment. There is room for lots of batteries in this car but all the original interior space remains. There is slight rear bumper damage from recent fender bender, I have new bumper for replacement or the original can be repaired. Please contact me if you want more information or schedule a drive. I would prefer a local pickup to educate buyer about the car, but that is up to you. I wouldn't buy a car without seeing it. We can arrange a Facetime call. This car is worth a look. Thanks
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: 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 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 ( for further description about this amazing car.
add to favorites 1970 Porsche 914 $ 12,500.00
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 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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