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add to favorites 1971 VW Beetle $ 5,995.00
1971 72V VW BEETLE, Alltrax Controller, D&D Motor, onboard QuiQ charger, Trojan T-105s battery pack, fairly new with lots of life left. Top Speed 45 estimated range 40, though we really use her around town. Sunroof, newer professional paint job in blue. Exterior very good and virtually rust free. Interior fair, Amp and Voltmeters installed in dash, original steering wheel & shifter, black vinyl upholstery, not orignal, installed by previous owners. Updated wiring, remote charging for accessory battery, good radio takes memory cards. Current Mass. sticker. Been great fun. Ready for my next project.
add to favorites 1987 VW Cabriolet Convertible Electric Car $ 5,000.00
This is a 1987 VW Cabriolet convertible Electric Car.This car was converted about 4 or 5 years ago. It has 16 batteries (6 Volt, 230Ah) for the drive system and 1 battery for auxiliary items like turn signals, lights, etc. It is powered with a Impulse 9 electric motor and a Curtis1231C-8601 (96-144Volt) controller. It has an Albright SW-200B/3-12 main contactor. A special mounting plate was made to attach the Impulse 9 electric motor directly to the existing 5 speed transmission. This essentially drives just like a regular car with a clutch except it won't stall like a gas engine. Installed is a 110v battery charger and I believe it could be wired for 220 for a faster charge time. 8 batteries are located in the rear of the car in a compartment. The other 8 batteries are located in the front of the car. It has an AM/FM/CD/Aux/Bluetooth/USB radio that will also connect with your phone for hands free phone calls through the car stereo. There is a microphone on the visor for the hands free phone use. The green seat covers are a bit worn but new ones can be found on ebay. The green seat covers really look great with the outside color. The car originally had power steering and that was replaced with manual steering. It does have power breaks and a special electric vacuum system was installed for the breaking system. There is no heat or air conditioning, so this is definitely a fair weather car. (Especially good for weather for a convertible since that is the preferred method of driving). I have enjoyed driving this around town for shopping errands and driving kids to and from local sporting events. Last summer I drove this less than 25 miles. My kids are now older and we are traveling much greater distances so that I cannot use the electric car as much. The electric car runs great and I've had it up to 70 mph on the highway, but that certainly cuts into the drive distance. You have to train yourself a little to drive without a heavy foot and you would get greater range of travel. I have never really just driven as far as a could to see exactly how many miles i could go on one charge. It also depends on how fast you want to go and whether there are lots of hills. I can't really give you a maximum range number. I would normally drive this into our local town which is about 8 miles away. Run around town doing errands or going to kids sports games, then drive the 8 miles home. We do have some hills and some areas that are 55 mph. The interesting thing is that the battery system will charge itself somewhat just through its own internal chemical reaction if the vehicle sits for a while. This unit does not have regenerative braking mainly because that would have produced resistance that would ultimately have reduced the range. I have lots of accessories to go with the car and I do have the back window if you should want to install it. Although not shown, there is a spare tire as well. The inside is not perfect nor is it bad. I'm sure if you look hard enough you will find little things that you would like to restore further than I have already. The carpet is in fairly good shape with about 2 spots that could be installed better. As I mentioned earlier, the green seat covers are worn and could be replaced. The White vinyl top was replaced with a new one two years ago. As with any white vinyl top, it could use a little cleaning. The speedometer works fine but I noticed that the mileage indicator seems to have a problem. It seems like its stuck. I will take a look at it before selling the vehicle but can't make any guarantees that I can correct that. Obviously there is no warranty with the vehicle in general. Please ask questions. I'll respond as quick as I can. This has been a fun little car to drive around. Inspected until May 2015.
add to favorites MGB 100% Electric Drive $ 13,000.00
Why buy a neighborhood electric vehicle and pay a fortune for it when you can have a street-legal, HIGHWAY-CAPABLE electric car? And a convertible no less. Or... if you're considering converting your car to electric here are all the parts you'll need in a rolling package. It has a 9" electric motor driven by 38 180AH lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) cells and a Curtis 144V controller new this August. Or... use the batteries for solar energy storage. This car charges overnight and goes 65 miles on a charge. It has a top speed of 70 mph and has been my daily commuter car for the last two years. I built it myself and you can see the minute details at http://www.evalbum.com/4426 . This has been a labor of love but it is time to let someone else tinker with it (I got a Leaf). NOTE: It is currently a one-seater. The passenger seat was removed and replaced with batteries. They can be moved of course and the seat replaced. I was playing with the overall weight distribution of the car.
add to favorites Electric Ford Focus $ 3,500.00
This 2000 Ford Focus features a Zilla controller driving an 9” ADC motor coupled to the original transmission and clutch via a custom adapter plate. The original 18 6V golf cart batteries have been removed and sold for scrap. A Vicor DC-DC converter powers the house load and charges a small 12V battery for startup. A ceramic heater runs off the pack but has not been connected. Instrumentation includes battery and motor ammeters (Westach) pack voltmeter, 12V voltmeter, tachometer and a custom bar graph monitor for individual battery monitoring. A 12V vacuum pump actuates the power brakes. When the batteries were at the peak of their performance the car was capable of 40 miles on a charge in the hilly terrain of coastal Maine and maximum speed on the flat was 70 mph. However this performance would be dramatically improved by the lighter weight of Lithium batteries. This car is fully functional and a lot of fun to drive. Asking $3500, batteries not included. Call too-oh-seven 789-5446 or email xxxwguinon@gmail.com (w/o the x's) Vehicle is in Midcoast ME
add to favorites -SOLD- 1984 Electric VW Rabbit $ 4,500.00
1984 Electric VW Rabbit. 96 volts. 16 US 125 XC Six volt lead acid batteries, one year old. Advanced 8" DC motor. Curtis controller. DC to DC Converter. Zivan 220 volt NG3 charger. Additional Energenx 220 charger adjustable voltage charger also available. Originally an Electro Automotive kit. 45-mile range. New front struts. Pioneer stereo. Has been my daily driver for the last 12-years. Good condition but will need a paint job soon.
add to favorites 1969 Subaru Sambar Van conversion $ 4,000.00
1969 Subaru Sambar Van. 160volt, 60 amp hour lithium pack. 4 speed, DC motor (ADC brush motor) curtis controller. very fast. wilwood master cylinder. runs and drives, needs some finish work. I don't want to sell it, I have a baby on the way. 860-916-0162 cell or anthony.rish47@gmail.com
add to favorites 1986 Toyota MR2 $ 3,000.00
1986 Toyota MR2 converted to electric in 2013 10 Deep-Cycle Marine Batteries 2 NOCO 5-Bank Battery chargers Curtis Controller 1231C Prestolite MTC motor conversion costs $5500 (est) Motor needs rebuilt or replaced *shorted while driving in rainstorm CALL JOHN 614-374-3853
add to favorites 1996 Rav4 Orig. GAS now converted $ 4,999.00
This Rav4 is set up with an 8" Advance DC Motor, Brand NEW SOLITON JUNIOR CONTROLLER, and 13 Hawker 2150 Batteries (Gently used.. BUT TIRED.. TIME FOR NEW BATTERIES. with about a 15 - 20 mile range).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. 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.
add to favorites VW Rabbit Cabriolet - Converted to Electric $ 13,500.00
Converted this perfect Rabbit to electric, including LiFePo batteries. Unfortunately, have run into financial troubles and need to move on from this project. Have $22,000 in on it. There are still several things to be done better, so if you have the time, the space, and the energy this can be a dream for you. The car is in exceptional condition, just needs some improved mechanics and wiring routing. Everything works, everything is there. Ask me (Jeff) questions if you are interested.
add to favorites 1981 Comuter Car $ 4,200.00
SALE PENDING 1981 Comuter Car Looks and runs good. Everything works and has current PA state inspection.
add to favorites 1970 Porsche 914 $ 12,500.00
MAKE any REASONABLE OFFER... Motivated Seller !!!!!!! This 1970 Porsche has NEW BRAKES, NEW TIRES, 11" WarP Motor, 2K Zilla, NEEDS Batteries! Charger and BMS !
add to favorites 2000 Ford Mustang $ 7,700.00
2000 Ford Mustang. Advanced DC 9" Motor, Manzanita Micro 'Zilla Controller w/HB2 and PFC-30 charger. 48 lithium ion battery pack (3 bad cells). Max distance per charge when all cells new: 40 miles. I drive it most every day for the past few years. Quick and fun to drive. Invested over $25,000, asking $7,700 OBO. E-mail me for more pictures.
add to favorites 1994 AC Propulsion Honda Civic $ 9,950.00
Very Rare AC Propulsion 1994 Honda Civic Conversion - $9,950 ACP 100kW 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. When the batteries are fresh, the car has a range of 80 miles if pushed to the limit and over 60 miles driven normally. The present pack has been driven lightly but is a mix of battery ages, all over 12 months. Until recently the pack was giving 35-40 mile range which is quite usable for local trips and short commuting. Now one battery is acting up and limits the range to about 10 miles. The charger is 12kW (50A at 240v) with precise controls allowing a fresh pack to be charged in about one hour or adjusted down to a very slow charge rate over days to recondition older packs. Each of the 28 batteries has an individual monitor to prevent overcharging and identify weak cells while driving (very unusual in Lead acid battery packs). 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 1978 Mustang II $ 3,900.00
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! Current range at 35 miles. Fully capable of highway speeds 65mph. Any questions please ask. Buyer to pick up in Portland, Oregon
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 $ 4,500.00
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. jlab@att.net - See more at: http://www.evtradinpost.com/item/1839#sthash.5hji8S1w.dpuf
add to favorites 1994 Geo Prizm (US Electricar) $ 6,000.00
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 2010 Toyota Daihatsu Move $ 10,000.00
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 1972 VW Bug Convertible $ 12,000.00
This is an EV conversion I did myself and has been a daily driver for the past year. I've spent more than $21k on the conversion ($7,500 for batteries alone.) 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 works well, but I don't want this rust free car to spend the winters on the salty roads here and the hilly country is not the best place for this EV, and that's why I'm selling it.

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