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add to favorites Donating Electric Porsche
You can see photos and video of my car driving. I spent too much time out of town and the batteries died. It has slept in the garage safely but I don't have money for new batteries. Been difficult to sell if you can't test drive and I need to get rid of the car as just sitting there. If you have a non-profit that can give me the valuation I need to write it off, you can have the car. Serious inquiries only please. The website tells you everything you need to know. Thank you.
add to favorites 1994 AC Propulsion Honda Civic $ 9,950.00
Very Rare AC Propulsion 1994 Honda Civic Conversion - $9,950 AC Propulsion is the company that licensed their AC Induction Motor and Controller design to Tesla Motors. They also converted all of the electric Mini Coopers for BMW. Prior to that they were in the business of selling their 150 kW AC Drive system for about $35 K. They also did some custom conversions of Scion xB micro-vans (known as the eBox) and other vehicles including some Saturn sedans, various VW models and some Honda Civics. They are probably most famous for their t-zero sports coupe that was driven from their San Dimas, CA headquarters to Las Vegas on a single charge using the same type of lithium batteries that are used in the Tesla. This was a distance of about 300 miles with an average speed of 60 mph. The predecessor of the AC 150 drive system was the AC 100. That 100kW drive system is the one that was installed in the car that is up for sale. This drive system produces an impressive amount of torque and outstanding acceleration. Although they were professionally converted by experienced engineers and technicians, there were only a handful of these cars made. The battery pack consists of a double row of Optima Yellow-Top Sealed Lead Acid batteries that are installed in a tunnel that runs down the middle of the car similar to the GM EV-1 and the Chevy Volt. The motor controller also doubles as a battery charger and has a very sophisticated battery management system with instrumentation that displays all of the battery data on the dashboard. When the batteries are fresh, the car has a range of around 40 miles. If you have a relatively short commute, this should be all you need. Currently there is one weak battery that is limiting the range to about 10 miles. A new spare Optima battery is included in the purchase price. Also included is a special fixture that allows the battery pack to be gently lowered to the floor to allow replacement of the batteries. While the simplest thing to do would be to replace the one weak battery, it is also possible to upgrade to Lithium batteries for the ambitious do-it-yourself-er. Technical assistance on the battery replacement process is available to the new owner. I am selling this car for my friend Tom who has moved out of the area. It was recently driven about 10 miles from Tom's former home to the home another friend Joe who is storing the car in Los Altos Hills, CA. It is a 1994 Honda Civic DX Hatchback Coupe with around 55K miles. I helped Tom replace a few of the batteries a couple of years ago, so I can answer some questions about the procedure. There are also a couple of documents from AC Propulsion with all the details about the instrumentation and the battery replacement process . The car can be charged from just about any AC source including a 120 VAC wall outlet, any 230 to 250 VAC source including electric dryer outlets or the J-1772 EVSEs that are commonly used on all of the new electric cars. A large selection of charging cords are included along with a spare set of wheels and some spare tires. The car is extremely well-engineered and has an aerodynamic plastic belly pan to reduce drag. The interior is in very good condition. It is a hatchback design with seats for 4 adults with a bit of storage room behind the rear seats. The exterior is in good condition although it has been stored outdoors so the paint has dulled a bit. The car has California Carpool Lane stickers that can save you time during freeway commuting if you are in a location where you can take advantage of that. There is also a discount on some California bridge tolls during commute hours. Tom bought a LEAF so he no longer needs the Honda and has asked me to help him sell it. I have no room for it at my home so Joe has agreed to store it at his place until we find a buyer. Local buyers can arrange for a test drive. Contact Jerry via email at: Jerry-dot-Pohorsky-at-gmail-dot-com or call four-zero-eight, four-six-four, zero-seven-one-one with any questions or to arrange a test drive.
add to favorites X1/9 w/Zilla and Warp9 $ 4,000.00
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$4k OBO. I have an EV project I need to sale. I started on it before various things got in the way. You'll need to pick it up. I would like to sell the project whole; not as parts. The project consists of: 1. I have a good, rust free 1986 X1/9, chosen for its low weight and availability of parts. It needs paint and restoration but is a good, sound body. I purchased several Fiat items for the car as well. 2. An acura transmission, professionally installed and mounted. 3. A warp 9 motor to transmission mount, with support for a EV a/c unit (not an ICE compressor) 4. An EV intended a/c compressor 5. Dual element converted heater installed in heater unit, ready for install or rework as desired. 6. Warp 9 motor 7. Zilla HV 1000k 8. All the battery washers and nuts for 56 lifepo batteries 9. Lots of other parts to numerous to mentions, including water cooling fans and radiators, battery contactors, etc., etc.
add to favorites 1978 Mustang II $ 4,900.00
You don't see something like this come along very often - a totally custom 1978 Ford Mustang (II) electric conversion with about 64,000 miles. That's electric as in it doesn't take gas and runs completely on it's 18 8v deep cycle batteries, charged with a normal household 120v AC plug. Don't quote me on this, but it might be the only one of it's kind - most of us EV conversion owners are members of the site "EV Albums" and there's not another Mustang II. It's fully functional. New batteries installed last year and only gently driven since. Original owner was in Indiana and the conversion is well documented, done with EVs of America in New Hampshire. I have a binder about an inch thick with all receipts and manuals. Pretty clean install and a few parts have been updated since it was originally converted in 2000. Curtis 1231c 500A controller FB1-4001A 9" ADC motor Iota DC/DC converter Zivan NG3 120v Charger, 15A 18 8v Trojan batteries for 144v nominal Seems to be the stock transmission? 4 speed manual but it's clutchless. I've not driven a stock Mustang II so I'm not totally for sure. Body is in good shape, a couple of small bubbling spots over the fenders but it was clearly a bolt off restoration when converted. Interior is pretty good for this age. There is an electric heater that is quick to defrost. I noticed a lot of nice detail and wiring work under the hood, an inertia switch, brake booster, etc. Lots of nice analog gauges, nothing overly digital on the retro dash. Hard to deny this is a head turner and a great entry into the awesome world of owning a classic electric car. Who wants an old gas guzzler anyway? But then again, who wants to own a little golf cart neighborhood EV or cow tipping smart car? Ha, ha... this is the best of both. Sure, owning an EV is a hobby but this is a functional car, not a project! Goes without saying, but lithium batteries for the next battery swap would be amazing. Current range at 35 miles if you pushed it on a warm summer day. Fully capable of highway speeds 65mph. Any questions please ask - I know this is a highly custom vehicle and I'm expecting it. Buyer to pick up in Portland, Oregon
add to favorites 1964 Chevrolet Corvair Convertible
During the warm months I drive this vehicle to work and turn heads. This Corvair is a 4 speed manual transmission. The roof is in good condition. Body has signs of rust starting to show on the wheel wells. So some body work is needed. The Conversion parts used are as follows: HPEVS - AC50-1 AC motor and Curtis 1238-7501 Controller. 8 Interstate batteries ( 4 in back and 4 in front) HF PFC3000 charger with the charge plug where the gas tank used to be. New Pirelli 195/70-14 P4 All Season Radials on Half Moon rims. Daughter turning 16. Need drive way parking space.
add to favorites 97 plymouth neon $ 2,500.00
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97 plymouth neon, converted to electric, I used a forklift motor, an altrax 7245 controller and 10 6v golf cart batteries (60v system). I have driven it over 7000 miles on electricity. I usually drive 13 miles one way to work, plug it in, then drive home and plug it in. I have done the full 26+ miles on a charge but wouldn't do that everyday. I drive it between 30 and 40 mph most of the time. It will go faster but you lose some distance. The body is solid- just 2 bad rust spots: 1 on hood and 1 on drivers side rocker panel. It could use a paint job if you care about that. I do have a vacuum pump to get power brakes; it just needs to be installed. NO heat, ps, A/C, or radio. Any questions please give me a call. Randy 218-851-9388 ask for pictures
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 thirty five
add to favorites 1971 VW BUG $ 5,995.00
1971 VW Beetle with 72v system including nine 8v Trojan Batteries, Alltrax controller, D&D Motor, nice and neatly installed. Batteries have 3,000 miles on them as does newer onboard Quintiq charger. 12v accessory system with charging port. Exterior repainted around 2010, interior basic but solid, including original steering wheel. Sunroof. Moving on to my next project. Thanks for your interest.
add to favorites Porsche 924 Conversion without batteries $ 6,499.00
We are selling our 1979 Porsche 924 electric car conversion, mainly because we simply don't use it enough. It would get used more if we lived in an urban area or had an attached garage. As it stands, we live quite rurally, about 11 miles from the nearest town. 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 a 144-volt, 98 amp-hour 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. 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, emergency disconnect, throttle control, main fuse, Xantrex E-Meter, meter shunt, motor drive-shaft adapter, and bell-housing adapter. From other suppliers we got the 4/0 battery wiring and copper cable ends, the tach, tach sender, ammeter, 40-foot charge cord retractor, resistance heater for the interior vents, various relays and switches, AC charger, and shunt regulators. The batteries were bolted down in insulated racks. They were Deka Dominator lead-acid gels (sealed, so no venting or water maintenance needed) and were designed to easily handle 600 charge-discharge cycles down to 20% capacity, although they were never run that low. I just discovered that two of the twelve batteries apparently froze this past winter, so I am removing the remainder of them. You will need to add a battery set with nominal 144 volt output, whether it's AGM or gelled lead-acids or lithiums. I'm leaving the on-board AC charger and shunt regulators in it at this point, unless you don't need them. At this point the Netgain Motors WarP9 motor is just "broken in" with about 30 partial cycles. It has a heat-sensitive control to start a 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 in it, 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 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 . To see all of the car's specs check out . And to see more discussion about the planning and design work, check out our website at . We will accept either cash or a PayPal payment to our e-mail address. We've knocked a bunch off the build price, not to mention a few months labor, so serious inquiries only, please!
add to favorites 1974 VW Beetle $ 25,000.00
This is an award winning custom conversion that was used as a marketing vehicle for EV4U Custom Conversions. For information and photos, visit our website at
add to favorites Kandi Coco $ 3,000.00
Revolution EV USA imported the Kandi Coco to the US between 2007 and 2010. Odometer: 1500 Range: 25 miles / charge Charge Time: 6 hours to full on 120V Top Speed: 45 MPH System: 72V Batteries: 6 x 12V, 120Ah Motor: 7 kW Max AC Weight: 1800 lbs Included Extras: Additional set of wheels and tires, tools for repair work, power cable, 2 sets of keys. After market in-dash CD Stereo.
add to favorites 2000 Nevco Gizmo $ 4,950.00
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 1981 Plymouth Horizon $ 5,500.00
FOR SALE: 1981 Plymouth Horizon. 47,000 miles, Garaged and not driven in winter, ALL ELECTRIC, 120v DC GE Motor, Curtis 1221C-7401 Motor Controller, Anderson Emergency Shut-off, Motor rebuilt 2011, On-board Russco charger, SolarCar brand 220v charger, BLS Battery Life Saver, On-board 12v battery charger, Detachable Tow Bar, Towing Light Wiring. Great commuter car. $5500.00 OBRO. 231-582-6846. - See more at:
add to favorites Electric Mazda Miata $ 7,500.00
1993 Mazda Miata. EV Conversion completed in 2008. 96 volt system (12 8v Trojan batteries). Power Steering and brakes. Batteries are end of life. New top.
add to favorites ELECTRAVAN $ 3,000.00
Ready to install batteries and drive. I did this six years ago and drove it locally (in Watsonville, CA) almost daily. Please see my blog for all the details and extras I am including with my van.
add to favorites 1968 Beetle Project $ 5,000.00
Look at the pictures and YOU decide how much it's worth. I acquired the car from an outside storage facility... hauled it home... pulled the batteries out((12) 8 Volt 170 ah)... charged and load tested them... and replaced (5) with new INTERSTATE same spec as the US Battery. THE CAR RUNS AND DRIVES LIKE A DREAM... I think!!
add to favorites 1995 Saturn Sports Coupe 2dr $ 5,600.00
Vehicle: 1995 Saturn SC2 VIN: 1G8ZG1272SZ321257 Mileage: 149,397 120 Volt system, 110 mph top speed (or higher) 15ea, 8v (golf cart) batteries need replacing Vehicle was equipped with the following features: # PS, PB, PW, PL, PW, Tilt, air bag # Heavy duty suspension added for battery weight # AM/FM/CD, fog lights, power sunroof # 5-speed, manual transmission # Curtis 1231C-7701 120V 550A controller. # 9 inch Advanced DC motor w/aux shaft (FB1-4001A). # Zivan NG3 charger, 240 VAC Input, 22Amp output # Zivan on board charger 14.1VDC @60Amps # New Professional motor/trans/flywheel adapter made by Electro Automotive. # New Electric Vacuum Pump w/large 4 inch ABS pipe reservoir. # New Curtis PB6 Potbox w/switch. # New Kilovac EV-200 contactor w/aux contact # New 800Amp fuse w/standoffs. # New ceramic heater, 96-144V, 1540 watt max. # New Aux electric motor for PS use.
add to favorites ForkenSwift: Geo Metro 48v conversion - $700 $ 700.00 48 volt "electric car on a beer budget" -- selling due to extensive underbody rust. If you know of a good Metro/Swift glider, you could swap the parts over in a weekend. Includes everything, but batteries are probably only giving ~15 km range right now (at slow speeds). Located in eastern Ontario (1000 Islands region). Contact
add to favorites 1994 Geo Prizm (US Electricar) $ 6,000.00
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1994 Geo Prizm (US Electricar) FOR SALE PHOTOS AVAILABLE Motor: Hughes Dolphin 3-Phase AC 50 Kilo-Watt water cooled motor Drivetrain: Auto transmission, Shiftable Drive, 2nd , Low gear Controller: Hughes Dolphin50 kW AC Vector control with built in DC-DC Batteries: 52 26ah, 12.00 Volt, Lead-Acid mounted under the car in a steel tray. Installed Lee zener regs to provide battery balancing. System Voltage: 300 Volts Charger: The on-board Dolphin supports 120/240 volt charging for charging at 1kw/2kw rates Heater: Hot water based heater, 2KW DC/DC Converter:Dolphin 1.5kw on-board DC-DC1kW DC-DC built into the controller. Instrumentation: E-meter, Top Speed: 90 MPH (144 KPH).Ive had it to 70 mph Acceleration: Fast as a normal car, plenty of pep at all speed ranges. Range: 25 Miles (40 Kilometers) 25-30 miles is pretty much what one can expect with good batteries. Watt Hours/Mile 200 Wh/Mile: At 60mph the car pulls 60a from the batteries at 300v. EV Miles Current: 5500 Seating Capacity: 5 adults, full trunk space. Tires 185-65 R14. Basically Prizm tires, Conversion Time Factory conversion Conversion Cost 30,000 new in 94 Additional Features: The car came with the following options: Factory AC 50kw regen braking The regen saves a lot on brake wear. Power steering Power brakes Factory heater This was one of the Florida power and light Prizms. It's quite quick, drives like a nice solid Prizm and with the battery weight underneath the car it is extremely stable.
add to favorites 1981 Plymouth Horizon $ 5,500.00
FOR SALE: 1981 Plymouth Horizon. 47,000 miles, Garaged and not driven in winter, ALL ELECTRIC, 120v DC GE Motor, Curtis 1221C-7401 Motor Controller, Anderson Emergency Shut-off, Motor rebuilt 2011, On-board Russco charger, SolarCar brand 220v charger, BLS Battery Life Saver, On-board 12v battery charger, Detachable Tow Bar, Towing Light Wiring. Great commuter car. $5500.00 OBRO. 231-582-6846.

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