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1992 Toyota 1/2 Ton pickup truck Conversion
This truck was originally a lightly-used company truck which was converted to
electric about 8 years ago. I refurbished the electrical system with new charge
controller, charger, lithium ion batteries, and Lithiumate Lite controller in
2014 (and also a new exterior yellow paint job). The truck has a range of about
20 miles and a maximum speed on level ground of about 35 mph.
The battery bank consists of 38 CALB CA40 batteries with a full-charge voltage of 128 V (about 3.4 V per battery). The maximum current from the battery pack is about 80 A. One of the gauges in the middle panel monitors the current through the battery (scaled so that "100" on the gauge means 40 amps). The overall status of the battery pack is monitored by the Lithiumate controller and is read out on a 0-100% charge scale on one of the gauges in the middle panel (scaled where "160V" = 100%).
The 12 V system is powered by an OPTIMA blue-top deep cycle battery. The battery is charged when the truck is plugged in using an Iota DLS-45 charger. One of the gauges in the middle panel monitors the voltage of the 12 V system.
The motor is controlled by a Curtis 1231C pulse-width modulated controller. A mechanical relay connects the controller to the battery pack and the controller is governed by an accelerator potentiometer through the Lithiumate computer. The electric motor is connected directly to the manual transmission (no clutch). The truck typically stays in 2nd gear for the full range of 0-35 mph. The truck has manual steering and manual brakes.
The battery pack is charged with a 120 V Elcon PFC charger with a charging algorithm designed for the CALB battery pack. The battery pack takes approximately 8 hours to charge at full discharge. There is also a second, 230 V Zivan charger if you are interested in changing the charging voltage. The truck also comes with 2 extra CALB batteries in case there is a fault in one of the current batteries. Currently the truck has a short plug that hides in the front grill for charging with a standard exterior extension cord.
Both the 12 V battery and the drive battery pack are located in boxes underneath the back bed. The truck bed has a hydraulic lift system to access the battery packs. There is room for a second battery pack (if the 12 V battery were moved to the front engine compartment).
The lithium ion batteries were installed when the truck had 44123 miles on it. It now has 45354 miles, so the lithium batteries only have 1222 miles on them.
Asking $5,500 for the truck and extra charger and batteries. Please contact me (Martin) in central Indiana if you have any questions 765-359-0742. Serious inquiries only.
1975 Datsun 280Z
1975 Datsun 280Z EV for sale $15000
4 spd trans
Contract Joe at 818-886-8040
3 X Honda Civics (2001-2005) Conversions
Selling as a lot, three (3) 7th generation Honda Civics (2001-2005) that have been converted to electric drive using AC induction motors, controllers and lithium iron phosphate batteries. These were research vehicles developed at Carnegie Mellon University. The project has expired, and we'd like to find a good home for these vehicles. All three are clones, using virtually the same design for drive train, motor mounts, battery box and accessory mounts. None of the three is fully functional, but one has been rewired and will run, but needs work with the BMS/charging system.
Lot price $8000.
Location: Pittsburgh PA/Bridgeville PA
Below is a description of one vehicle which is typical.
This is a 2002 Honda Civic EX that was converted to all-electric power by our research group at Carnegie Mellon University. When operational, the car had a range of 35-40 miles, top speed over 70 mph, and operated on a 10 kWhr, lithium iron phosphate battery pack that mounts neatly in the trunk. The Honda Civics that we converted are described at http://chargecar.org/conversions, as well as in this PPT file:
which gives an overview of electric vehicles and our project in particular (starting at slide 12).
This vehicle is *not* operational. We had a problem with the charging system and/or the battery pack that was never resolved--project funding expired. So the condition of the pack is in doubt. In addition, it is likely that some of the electronics will need to be reworked as our package includes a custom computer and interface that are not well documented. We cannot provide any technical support. The motor, controller, motor adapter, motor mount, battery box, BMS, and accessories (vacuum pump (for power brakes), power steering pump and heater) should all be usable. Our total investment in the vehicle was over $25,000 (in addition to hundreds of engineering manhours!).
The vehicle has manual transmission, but is easy to drive as it can start and stop without use of the clutch. (Motor stops when the vehicle stops.)
The title was properly converted to a "modified vehicle" title, and the vehicle passed inspection after the conversion. So it can now be inspected at any PA inspection station.
paint color: silver
title status: rebuilt
transmission: 5-speed manual
1992 VW Cabriolet Conversion
"Voltsrabbit" For Sale in Central New York $4000
It's a 1992 cabriolet that was converted by the previous owner to electric power using the electro automotive "deluxe" 96v system. I have owned the car for 2 years and it has been a reliable daily driver for my 25mi/day commute.
1992 Cabriolet (restored)
132k on the chassis
5 speed manual
Voltsrabbit "deluxe" system
16 6 volt lead acid batteries 8 up front 8 in the trunk - all brand new batteries 2015
http://www.electroauto.com/catalog/d...ml#voltsrabbit - thats the basics of the kit which retails for around 12k
kit was installed in early 2009 and has only driven about 7k on electric power
all new struts, springs, bushings, control arms etc ALL of the suspension components are new
winterized with plastic undercoating
resprayed factory red right after it was converted to electric
borbet wheels with low rolling resistance tires
additional set of tires and rims for winter driving
We live in Central NY (a very hilly part of the country) and my commute changed from 25mi/day to 60 mi/day; this is why we are selling. Delivery to your area might be available for an additional charge.
Please email Peter
Here is your chance to buy a completed electric running, titled, and tagged
conversion for less than the price of the parts! You cannot build your own for
this price. I have to make room for my other projects!
This is a "144 Voltswagen" - 100% ALL electric vehicle.
ALL NEW PARTS,
65 mph +,
12 - 12 volt deep cycle batteries,
5 speed transmission,
$14,500 invested in the build, YOURS TODAY FOR ONLY $7000.00!
Zilla 1K-HV controller package
Quick charge 144DC 10A onboard charger
Quick charge onboard 12 volt charger
NetGain Impulse 9 Warp Motor
Adapter, spacer, & coupler from CANEV
4 new brake calipers, front and rear
New Front and rear brake rotors and pads
New Lower control arms, tie rids, & ball joints
New left & right front axle with CVC joints
Custom made rear coil springs for 900 additional LBS
14 ga. Stainless Steel Rear Battery Boxes
4 Cooper Bussmann FWH-400A Fuse 400 amp 500 volt
500 Amp shunt
12 NEW Trojan T1260Plus batteries
Warp Motor speed sensor
Battery watering system for battery boxes
Volt 60-160 vdc, 2" round Westach Gauge
Amp 0-500 adc, 2" round, 50 mv f/s Westach Gauge
AND MUCH, MUCH MORE!
1998 Ford Ranger EV
I am selling our 1998 Ford Ranger EV (Electric Vehicle). This is NOT A
CONVERSION, these trucks were produced in the late '90s by Ford and only a small
amount of them
remain in the world (last I checked less than 1000). This truck was one of the first 50 ever produced by Ford. The truck is in near-mint shape and runs great. Truck is
mainly stock except for these upgrades: All upgrades were done by Thunder Struck motors in Santa Rosa ,Ca
-The stock Lead Acid Batteries have been updated to more efficient Lithium Ion batteries out of a Nissan Leaf.
-The charger has been updated to the newer universal charger.
-The BMS and controller have been updated
-Comes with 2 220v wall chargers (professional installation strongly suggested )
Odometer reads just over 10,000 miles.
Range with the new batteries is about 100 miles per charge.
Medical issues forces this sale
Call 707 538 8324 for more info
1985 Pontiac Sunbird Convertible Conversion
TX Price: $6,000 or best offer
Austin Arrow – One of a kind custom 1985 Sunbird convertible with a 1991 Sunbird front clip converted to battery electric. The chassis is modified to allow for underside battery pack removable. The battery pack picture and swapper demo video are here: http://www.winfordtek.com Click on the words below the short animation on the left to see full swap video. This is the prototype car and swapping machine from the Swap N Drive concept development.
What comes with this purchase:
1. The Austin Arrow - the car modified with a removable battery pack - has a clear title
2. Complete battery pack swapping machine with 5hp electric motor, hydraulic - pump, control valves, rams, motor, hoses, exchange cart, 20ft track, and manual controls
3. Extra 4-spd front wheel drive manual transmission that fits in a Sunbird
At the heart of this purchase is the Siemens 1PV5135WS14 three phase AC induction motor and the Siemens Simovert 6SV-1 long inverter purchased from Metricmind.com. The motor is rated at 100K hours. After that time, replace the motor bearings and it's good for another 100K hours. No brushed to replace.
Driving at 50 mph for 100K hours is 5 million miles. If you drove 25k per year, it would take 200 years to drive 5 million miles.
In summary, this hardware basically requires no maintenance.
Here are some of the key features of this hardware combination:
1. Both 80KW motor (approx. 100 HP) and inverter are water cooled
2. Max battery voltage into the inverter - 336 VDC
3. Max motor rpm - 9700 (Allows for a single speed gear reduction that goes from 0 to +80 mph)
4. Inverter includes both main/precharge contactors
5. Inverter includes 60A DC to DC converter to charge the accessory battery
6. Variable rate regenerative braking
7. Electric direction control - three position electrical switch: REV-N-FWD
8. Already has the custom adapter plate that mounts the motor to the transmission
The inverter has a serial port that allows for the connection of a PC so you can customize a couple of hundred parameter in the controller. Included in this purchase is the DOS based PC with the SIADIS program that talks to the motor controller. I also have the rare hardcopy of the SIADIS program Operating Instructions and all the documentation need to get this motor/inverter going in your application.
The motor is mounted to a front wheel drive manual transmission which was rebuilt and has synthetic lube in it. The transmission is locked in second gear. The CV shafts are new.
The floor pan of the car has been cut out in the center leaving the original side frame supports. Then the side frame supports were reinforced with steel to enable mounting of the latching system for the battery pack.
If you have no interest in the car, this 80KW motor/inverter combination would be great for most any other small custom electric 3 or 4 wheel conversion.
NOTE: The wheels and tires in the pictures of the Austin Arrow do NOT come with the car. It will come with the factory 14" turbo cast wheels.
What has been replaced with new parts:
Custom powder blue convertible top
Custom analog large gauge reads from 0 to 100% - Intended to display % of battery power available
Manual master brake cylinder
Front Calipers replace, rear wheel cylinders rebuilt
Front struts and rear shocks
Four suspension springs were replaced with custom wound coil springs to handle added battery weight
All brake pads and shoes
All rubber brake hoses
All wheel bearings
Manual rack and pinion steering assembly
Silicon heater hoses
Electric Water pump
Evaporator in the heater box that is inside the dashboard for future A/C
Ceramic heater elements in heater box that is inside the dashboard (Need control and to be connected)
Upholstery that needs to be installed – seats and door panels
Dash panel padding, Sun visors, Arm rest,
All lights, except headlights, converted to LED
White exterior paint with custom graphics
Behind original gas cap is an electrical connector to facilitate charging
Tilt steering wheel – not new but an upgrade
Problems and issues:
The conversion is about 90% complete. At one point the car was drivable but had very short range because of battery issues. Battery management system failed eventually causing batteries to fail. Needs new batteries, new BMS and new battery charger. The interior needs to be installed. The swapping machine works manually but needs battery cart drive motor work - figure out how to get the hydraulic motor to work smoothly or replace with electric. The wheels and tires pictured with the car do NOT come with the car. The car will come with the 14" factory turbo cast wheels
1975 Datson 280Z Donor Vehicle
1975 Datson 280z...all internal combustion parts removed, body in good shape...needs all new interior Ready for conversion.
Needs to go $500.
AC55 Motor and UMOC440TF Controller
Motor (AC55) and controller (UMOC440TF) for sale in McLean, VA.
These powered a Land Rover Discovery from a 240V lead pack.Motor
E10 Solectria Controllers Owners Manual
$2500 + shipping.
2011 ZAP Xebra SD
I would like to sell our 2011 Zap 3 wheel electric motorcycle. The car is in excellent running condition.
The cost is $5,000.
Please contact Lawrence at (808) 636-3333.
96) Sinopoly SP-LFP100AHA cells
For sale: (96) Sinopoly SP-LFP100AHA cells
-used lightly for approximately 8 months in an industrial application
-less than 200 charge cycles, never abused
-asking $60/cell plus shipping from Ontario, Canada
4 Miles EV cars
I have 4 Miles EV cars. These were from the east coast liquidation of Miles stock. We sold dozens and have 4 orphans left. Two Or 70 low milage( 1 silver 1 blue) never registered and Two ZX 40 cars(1 white 1 black) that can make one or needs additional parts to make two new cars. The parts are inexpensive and the ZX 40 cars have MSO documents. Looking for offers for one, two or all. Cars located on Long Island NY . All need Batteries, all are low mileage or no mileage cars.
Please email Jan and send phone contact for further information
2011 Nissan Leaf SV
2011 Nissan Leaf SV --Brand New 'lizard' battery gets 108 miles per chg - $12000
2011 Nissan Leaf SV -- Brand New 7000$ 'lizard' battery pack gets 108 miles of range per charge. I am the original owner; Clean title, no accidents, clean carfax, non-smoker and no pets. Never pay for gas, use carpool lane to drive past BMW, Mercedes and Lamborghini's on the freeways. Comfortable seating for 5 adults, ample cargo space, Navigation, Bluetooth, regenerative braking stores energy when you decelerate.
For more information please see
1985 Maserati BiTurbo Conversion
Here is a rare opportunity to own a piece of reality television show history ...
this vehicle will have a full episode devoted to it on the upcoming season of
TV's "Wheeler Dealers" on the Velocity Channel ...
This car has a unique history, as it was converted to electric power in the early 1990's. After being removed from storage for over 15 years, the car was offered to the show to undergo a complete transformation. They instated EV West, one of the most recognized names in the electric conversion business, to bring the car into the modern era. A Curtis Dual-AC-34 Brushless 96V Single-shaft motor was installed which utilizes new lithium ion battery technology. This modern package yields a power output of 36KW/HR and an approximate range of 120 miles.
Although it has only clocked approximately 39,000 miles in its lifetime, the car itself was updated with new brakes and other maintenance items. The original wheels were sourced, powder coated and fitted with new tires. Other minor cosmetic issues were also addressed from its years of daily commuting duties. I retains its original red paint with tan leather interior.
What we are left with is a truly unique and One-of-a-Kind vehicle that combines classic Italian styling with a modern power source . . .
This project is currently ongoing, and scheduled for completion in the next week or two. For all info on this vehicle and the sale process, serious parties should contact me directly for more info ...
Gregg @ 323-371-5636
Any sale is "as-is" and potential buyers are encouraged to have their own inspections performed prior to purchase
1995 Chevy S10 Conversion
Tired of seeing ads for trucks with no batteries????? 1995 Chevy S10 (was a
southern car so no rust, body is perfect). Only 10,000 miles after the
conversion. Batteries are just 2 years old, plenty of life. 144v. zilla
controller. 120 or 240v charging. Located in Philadelpia area.
Email Me or call 267-992-5548
1993 Chevy S10 Conversion
ELECTRIC 93 S-10 For Sale.
500 amp Curtis Controller, 220 Zivan charger. Truck is in good mechanical condition, Batteries are 5 years old and 3 batteries do not hold proper voltage. Straight truck, EV America conversion kit.
Asking for 6000 obo.
Call 402-430-9830 with any questions.
Located in Eastern Nebraska, can deliver for a fee.
2013 WheeGo LiFe
2013 WheeGo all electric car (black exterior/gray interior) - MSRP $32995 - 5300
miles - excellent condition - 100 mile range at 80 mph - all desired info can be
found at http://wheego.net/more/
Asking $12000 OBO - selling due to health reasons.
Contact Jim at (402) 592-3247
1993 S-10 Short bed Pickup
S-10 1993 Short bed Pickup - Ask $11,000 “as is”
3/4 ton springs
Standard Steering Conversion from power steering
Steel battery rack under pickup bed
Hinged side lift bed for battery access
Front end fiberglass
Aluminum rear bumper
Kill switch inside cab
In dash electronic Amp/voltage display
Zivan Charger in vehicle setup for 144 volts
220 receptacle input in gas cap
Air Conditioning setup
Bedliner (Spray in)
Clutch intact 5 speed stick - full plate steel adaptor
Advanced DC Motor
FB1-4001A Albright Contactor’s
Curtis Pot Box PB6
Curtis Controller 1231C-8601
\Circuit Breaker Airpax
Welding cable 2/0 for 6 volt batteries assembled by Sunbelt Battery
144 volt setup
T-124 Trojan Batteries (dead)
5,252 miles on vehicle since conversion in 2010
Garage storage at all times
Tires are 6 year old
Assembly Assist by Electric Blue Motors (Flagstaff):
All electric and mountings
AMP/Voltage Display Custom design
Zivan Charger mounting
Air Conditioning setup and mounting
DC to DC converter and separate 12 volt starting system
1983 Mazda RX-7 Conversion
1983 Mazda RX-7 EV
This Mazda RX-7 was nicely converted several years ago. The car only has about 80,000 miles on it. The body is rust free with only a few blemishes, although the paint is fading in places now. The inside is pristine with new seats and door panels. The suspension was upgraded along with the custom rims and new tires.
The car was designed with a 144VDC system. There is room for five batteries in the engine compartment and seven batteries in the rear hatch area, so the car is nicely balanced. The controller is a new Curtis 1231C with less than 1,000 miles on it. Has an Allis Chalmers DC motor that works great. Comes with a Quick Charge onboard charger set up for 144VDC AGM battery pack and a 30A Iota DC-DC converter. Also comes with a very nice Electric Blue Motors Blue Window Dashboard computer that outputs battery pack voltage, amps, charge state, and engine RPM to the LCD screen on the radio.
I smoked the older batteries on a long distance test run so it needs new batteries. That’s really it. The car is sold as-is, but was 100% operational when I removed the batteries. With twelve 12V AGM batteries, the car ran about 25 miles and could easily exceed 70mph. Drove it over 15,000 miles before I over-discharged the batteries.
Located in southeastern Iowa
Asking only $4,200. It’s a great car, but I’m moving and need to get it to a new owner.
Sporty 1984 Fiero Conversion, 100% Electric Car!
9" Advanced DC Motor
Curtis 1231C-7701 Motor Controller (72-120V / 550 Amps)
A 120VDC battery system comprised of twenty 6V flooded batteries
Albright SW200 Series contactor
Zivan 120V / 20A battery charger
Zivan DC/DC converter NG1
Shiny red exterior with good paint. (photos show spring pollen but it's quite glossy and nice underneath and a good wash should make it really shine)
Nice interior with good upholstery and dash.
Custom racing steering wheel
Rear spoiler and luggage rack on decklid.
Great set of 3 EV gauges in a professional looking A-pillar cluster mount
-These include: BatteryPack Voltage, Amperage and a Curtis S.O.C. (Bar graph style "fuel gauge")
Manual ON/OFF circuit breaker for full pack is cleverly hidden under one of the old ash-tray doors in the center console within easy reach of the driver. This is great as a service disconnect as well as a security feature to prevent theft!
In addition to all of the aforementioned parts, there are some other things included with the sale:
- Quality chromed "ELECTRIC" emblem on the back.
- Aftermarket stereo (much better than the original 1980s Pontiac one
- Custom rear backup camera
- Pontiac Fiero Haynes Service Manual
- Full custom owner's manual to the car filled with details of the major electric vehicle components and their associated owners manuals.
-There are also multiple detailed wiring diagrams for the various electrical systems
Packtracker lead-acid battery monitor may or may not work but it is still there.
Although the Fiero was running and drove to the repair shop to get some clutch work done and a new tire. It sat for awhile and the state of charge dropped. Of the 20 batteries there are 5 which are much lower in voltage with the worst one of them at 0.5 Volts. So currently it can not move under its own power and this is likely why. Plan on replacing batteries (perhaps you could bypass the bad ones but no guarantees)
I've realized that I have too many projects and can't devote the time to this nice little Fiero so I am offering it up for sale. It's a solid little car that spent its earlier life in sunny Arizona where it had originally been professionally converted by Green Motors. There's a lot of money and good components in this little car. I'm only asking $4,800 or best offer because I need it gone.
Truck is located in Washington State, in Bellingham not too far from Canada.
Email Charles for more information.
VW Rabbit Truck Cabriolet Electric Conversion Kit
VW Rabbit Truck Cabriolet Electric Conversion Kit – Motor, Controllers, Adapter
Plates, Manuals, Etc. - NEW - USA Made
All the electrical Mechanical Parts needed to convert a 1970’s 1980’s VW Rabbit hatchback, cabriolet or truck to battery electric powered. Adapter plate will fit some Subraru and adaptable to other vehicles. USA Made parts.
Advance FB1-4001A 25 to 100HP electric Motor – Double shaft to drive accessories – with brush cover and screen to keep debris out of motor internals
Curtis PMC 1231C-8601 DC Motor controller (96-144 volts, 500A)
Curtis PB-6 accelerator pedal control module
Transmission (Manual) fitted adaptor plate and motor to transmission shaft adapters
Rebuilt Transmission with the stand as shown and a aluminum cover for the no longer needed electric starter opening
4 Type 4 fuses for battery protect
Installation and operational manuals for motor controllers and batteries
These components have never been installed or run – they are all new components except for the transmission which is rebuilt and fitted with the adapted plate
Other items included is the hardware to connect the Electric motor to the transmission shaft, fasteners and miscellaneous mounting hardware
Call or email Bob for more details: (860) 535-0242
Located at Stonington CT (ZIP-06378)
For Local Pickup - Because of the weight and size of these items it would have to be shipped freight – (I will assist in loading if you arrange freight) or Could ship in several packages - would have to get shipping rates
Blakely Kit Car
$6,000 or best offer
This retro style kit car has been converted into an electric vehicle. New Synkromotive controller, computer and 44 lithium batteries. I'd like to sell the entire vehicle as is.
Car needs a dashboard and wiring harness. Doors need to be re-attached. Needs new parking brake.
I can't continue the project. Need to sell due to divorce. Make me an offer!
Purchased Aug 2013
CA100F1 100Ah, 3.2V, 0.3-8C CALB Lithium Prismaric Battery EV LiFePO4 Prismatic
Purchase May 2014
Synkromotive Controller DC750
1 CARPUTER & LCD Touch Screen
Car PC w/D525MW, 2Gb DDR3, M2-ATX, 250Gb HDD
1 DC/DC CONVERTER
HRP-300 Series 300W Single Output with PFC Function
Came with car when I bought it in 2013
Motor, Advanced DC #203-06-4001 8" Single shaft
Car has both public and home charging ports.
If anyone is interested they can contact Me at: 971-263-6361
2007 Miles ZX40S
We are selling our Miles ZX40S recently painted for 5,500usd.
The color is space blue, which was painted over its original red color.
Miles as a company offered four electric vehicles that were designed primarily for low-speed fleet use, the ZX40, ZX40S, ZX40S Advanced Design, ZX40ST, and the OR70.
All Miles Electric Vehicles were DOT/NHTSA Federal Standard 500 compliant, offering steel chassis, steel impact-resistant frame, steel doors and DOT-approved glass throughout.
NHTSA/FMVSS Standard 500 law requires all low-speed vehicles (LSV) be electronically limited to 25 mph (40 km/h), and are street legal for use on roads with posted speed limits up to 35 mph (56 km/h).
This vehicle is drivable, with brand new set of 6 Duracell Group 31 deep cycle batteries. The lights are working, and gets good speed (30mph+) and handling, however, the interior and brakes need work.
The car has never been titled or registered.
Email us with offers
2000 Ford Escort ZX-2 Conversion
For Sale: 2000 Ford Escort ZX-2 EV.
It is time for next project, so it is time for the Escort to move on. This EV has proven to be a very reliable form of transportation, and a great way to experience the EV world. It is priced so that, if you desire, the components can be removed and installed in you favorite ICE vehicle. Here are some details of the car:
1.) Warp 9" DC Motor
2.) Orion BMS
3.) Elcon CAN controlled Charger (110 or 220 volt input)
4.) Open Revolt Controller
5.) 44 (+2 spares) 100 AH Lithium Iron Phosphate Batteries
6.) 5 speed with clutch
7.) Removable tow bar
8.) Voltmeter, ammeter and JLD-404 gages
9.) 85 MPH top speed
10.) 50 mile range at 100% Depth of Discharge (never tested at this low of charge.)
11.) Vacuum pump for power brakes
12.) Ceramic Heater
13.) ELM 327 Wifi output for IPAD Gages
Price: $6000. The vehicle is located in Indianapolis, Indiana USA. We are in the center of the country and I will be happy to figure out a way to get the car to you. (For the right price, I might deliver it!)
Tom Wright (cell: 317-515-7641)
2009 Miles ZX40ST
2009 Miles ZX40ST Electric Truck Project. Missing front bumper and grillwork, but otherwise complete. Battery status unknown, as are the actual miles. Titled and formerly registered in WA as a low-speed vehicle, limited to roads with 35mph posted limit, and apparently electronically-governed to 25mph top speed.
Located in Snohomish, WA.
Phone inquiries to (425) 788-0208 or email to iraATmecoDOTorg.
2007 EVT168 Electric Scooter. 3000miles, last licensed in 2011, so probably needs new batteries. Works otherwise. New charger! Broken plastic on right front fairing. It runs, moves, and stops, but I'm either too big for it, the batteries haven't much capacity left, or both!
Located in Snohomish, WA.
Phone inquiries to (425) 788-0208 or email to iraATmecoDOTorg.
D&D motors, model ES-15A-6 Electric Motor
Subject: Series Wound Electric Motor - $450
This is a series-wound, brushed electric motor, appropriate for a light electric vehicle. It can take 48-72 volts, up to about 500 amps. It is rated at 9 HP continuous.
This motor is made by D&D motors, model ES-15A-6
I put this on a VW Beetle electric vehicle, but it was slow to accelerate and its top speed was 35 mph using a 72 volt, 450 amp controller. I upgraded to a bigger motor and controller and this motor was left over.
Motor specs: http://www.evdrives.com/product_p/mot-es-15a-6.htm
I also have this matching motor speed controller in another ad:
At the most, this could power something the size of a VW Beetle around town at about 35 mph. This would work well on something lighter, like a golf cart or motorcycle.
$450 or best offer.
I live in San Luis Obispo, on the central coast of California
1997 Mazda Miata EV Conversion
1997 Mazda Miata EV Conversion owned by Elite Power Solutions
144V of 200Ah Thundersky LiFePO4 batteries with Elite Power Solutions individual cell balancers
Advanced DC 9.1” motor coupled to standard 5 speed transmission with clutch
New clutch slave cylinder
Curtis 1231C 500A controller
Electric vacuum brake pump with reservoir – Very fast and quiet, can sustain continuous brake actuation
Elite Power Solutions BMS with touch screen control
120/240VAC charger in trunk
Iota DLS-45 for a DC/DC converter
GBS-LFMP 40Ah pack for auxiliary battery with individual cell balancers
Hard Dog roll bars
Car had a proven 130 mile range when the pack was new. At this point the pack is six years old and a few of the cells have developed high self-discharge and will have to occasionally get a boost charge. The present actual range is unknown. Around a year ago a hand full of the cells were tested and still exhibited 170Ah+ (4.0V to 2.5V).
Deficiencies: There is a large dent on the driver’s side rear quarter panel where someone backed in to the car in a parking lot. There is also another dent in the trunk lid from another similar incident. Both of these dents could likely be repaired by a paint less dent removal service. The passenger side tail light will also need to be replaced. Otherwise the vehicle is in good condition and so is the convertible top and dash.
Vehicle has manual windows and locks, the power steering is disconnected so the car is manual steering now. Aftermarket AM/FM CD player in dash with removable faceplate.
Vehicle is in good running order but is being sold as is where is. This is a great project vehicle for someone looking to get in to an electric vehicle. Please be aware that the BMS will only sound an alarm if a cell voltage gets too low. It will not automatically shut down the vehicle in the event of a low voltage condition. Continuing to drive past this will cause permanent damage to the battery pack. Tachometer is connected, but does not work. It is believed that the sender is the only reason it does not work. If the motor is over revved it will cause damage to it. The car has no heat or air conditioning but all under dash ductwork and blower is intact.
Vehicle has 124,800 miles. Very fun to drive, especially when the weather is nice and the top is down.
Asking $12,000 OBO.
Contact Yuan at (602)316-8743.
1980 Jet Electrica 007
1980 Dodge Omni Electrica 007
7500 miles. Only 10 of these electric vehicles where made. These vehicles were taken from Dodge by Jet Electric as new cars without the gasoline motor and fitted with a 9 inch GE electric motor and GE controller. Car has 120V battery pack. Batteries are 2 years old. Car has 30 mile range with current batteries. When batteries where new range was 70 miles. Charger operates on 220 volts. Takes about 10 hours to charge when fully depleted. 4 speed manual transmission. Car has a gasoline heater. $6000 obo.
Contact Me, I am located in Millersville, MD.
2000 Ford Ranger EV
2000 Ford Ranger EV pickup built by Ford 8volt battery type needs new batteries 12,600 miles white color AC PS AM FM has cover on bed comes with charging station and manuals printed of the Internet
K&W TD-100 tachometer drive
I have a new in package K&W TD-100 tachometer drive. This device allows you to
keep the original tachometer to your vehicle or use a regular aftermarket one
with your EV conversion!
Price is $100 OBO + shipping.
Please see the photo for condition and email with any questions.
2010 Brammo Enertia
2010 Brammo Enertia, Gray, 2424 miles. Excellent condition. Located in Port
craigslist post can be viewed here
asking $4500 OBO
contact max… (nine-one-seven) five-seven-seven-five-five-zero-four
1998 Chevrolet S-10 Conversion
1998 Chevrolet S-10 tire-smoking, 100% Electric pickup truck!
Have you been thinking about an electric vehicle so you can blast past gas stations and say goodbye to oil changes? Perhaps you've considered the idea of an electric vehicle and noticed that the automakers are not making electric pickup trucks... well here's an opportunity to have a very trick and very powerful all-electric S-10 pickup truck!
Zilla 2K-HV serial #161 (one of the last ones made by Otmar himself!)
Hairball 2 fully loaded AP model
Zilla View on computer in dash display
6.6kW MES-DEA Heater
Meanwell 480 watt DC/DC converter
100A resettable waterproof 12V circuit breaker
four Ferraz Shawmut ultrasafe/fingersafe fuse holders for the H.V. 12V connections
1,800A Heinemann Breaker (emergency disconnect)
4/0 flexible thick wall Orange cable throughout vehicle and with "High Voltage" stamped on it
High Voltage / High Amperage beefy Ferraz Shawmutt semiconductor fuse in the battery pack.
Two beefy Albright contactors in parallel act as the main contactor and allow for easy inspection of the contact surfaces.
Recent new 9" Advanced DC motor now nicely broken in with only about 10k miles on it
Custom temp sensor in motor
motor speed sensor mounted and wired to Zilla Hairball to prevent overspinning
High power yet quiet 12V blower provides very high CFM forced air cooling to the motor
Stout Optima Yellow Top 12V battery to augment onboard DC/DC converter
Powerful on-board 9.6kW Manzanita Micro PFC-40 battery charger
Manzanita Micro powdercoated battery boxes with reg decks and integrated beefy 1/4 x 1" copper bus bars and MK3x4 BMS (battery management system)
Custom, professionally rebuilt beefier 5spd manual transmission
Spec Stage 2+ racing clutch and pressure plate
Spec Aluminum flywheel
Custom billet aluminum style shift knob with secret compartment
Interior with newer carpeting, dual factory optioned 12V accessory outlets
Driver and passenger airbags
Custom installed efficient and easy-to-turn manual steering
Trick 7 inch Xenarc touch-screen built into stereo in dash and monitors battery volts and amps, kilowatts, motor volts and amps, motor RPM etc. using Zillaview and underhood car PC!
The custom in-car PC also has the Manzanita Micro BMS software loaded so it can display a continuously updating color bar graph of every cell in the battery pack.
Included is a stylish and compact Foldable Bluetooth keyboard which makes typing easier.
The truck also has a custom tilting bed with gas struts for easy battery pack access
There is also a high-end smooth fitting lockable fiberglass tonneau cover for protecting what's in the truck bed and it is painted to match the truck body.
The rear axle is custom equipped with adjustable airbag suspension
In addition to all of the aforementioned parts, there are some other things included with the sale:
- High quality Blue Ox tow bar system for easy flat towing of this truck
- extra high-amp H.V. Ferraz Shawmut semiconductor fuses
- Full GM shop / service manual for the S-10 truck
- extra older Manzanita Micro BMS boards
- a Watt-lo programmable temperature control unit for the motor/blower system
Although the truck is currently running, the battery pack has been damaged and is in desperate need of attention. Once a 190 mile-per-charge electric truck, this truck now has an ailing pack due to an over discharge and over-charge event. Of the 72 Thundersky 160AH cells there are at least two cells which read zero volts and while the truck is movable it is very weak and shouldn't be expected to be driven regularly. It's possible the new owner could remove these two cells, tighten all the connections and have a usable pack, otherwise simply plan on replacing the battery pack with something new and the rest of the truck is in good working order ready to be a commuter and/or tear it up at the drag strip or out-accelerate the kid next to you at the stoplight on your way back from Home Depot :-)
Also the hood latch wasn't tightened all the way once and it flipped back against the windshield putting some cracks into it and a some small dents in the hood (although it all still closes etc.)
I'd love to keep the truck but financial circumstances and some life redirection forces me to sell this slick pickup conversion. Anyone who knows these parts listed will see that this was converted with top-of-the line components and indeed this was a >$40,000 conversion.
Sure I could part components but it seems such a shame to part-out such a unique electric vehicle and I'd like to see it go to someone who will keep it on the road. It is well worth my asking price of $7,500
Truck is located in Washington State, in Maple Valley, (South East of Seattle)
For more information Contact Chad or call or text: 206-859-9553
Help with converted 1962 MG Midget.
I have a 1962 MG Midget that is a home conversion(2005) but also had extensive work done(2007) by Mike Brown at Electic Automotive in Bonny Doon CA(original VW conversion kits)
It was in an accident(fender bender) 2 years ago but the front end and fender have since been straightened but I need help getting it back on the road. I could use help with the brakes but most importantly I need advice about the Controller and Converter and whether or not to replace them. I don't want to buy new batteries(the ones I have i'm sure are no good after sitting for 2 years) until I have found out if I need to replace those parts and if that means I need different batteries(area size restriction dictates these batteries)
And since the care is not running I need someone who can come to my house on the westside of santa cruz.
Here are the specs:
Motor Prestolite Series Wound DC
Drivetrain 4 speed manual transmission, clutchless adapter
Controller Curtis 1221B
Batteries 8, 12.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, Flooded
marine deep cycle
System Voltage 96 Volts
Charger K and W BC-20
DC/DC Converter Kepco
1993 Honda Del Sol Conversion
1993 Honda Del Sol Professional Conversion
1993 Honda Del Sol Electric Vehicle in immaculate, "like New" condition. Only 22,300+ miles on the car. This is a 100% electric vehicle.
It has 24 Optima Yellow-top batteries that power a 9" Motor. The Del Sol was converted professionally. It looks just like it came off the assembly floor of a new car manufacturer. It is an excellent example of a lead-acid/series DC Electric Vehicle.
This Del Sol can go 70 miles an hour. A brand new battery pack was just installed in July, 2014. I have driven a distance of 40 miles already with some range left. Living in the mountains shortens my distance so someone living in a suburban area should get a range closer to 50 + miles.
The car charges overnight using a standard 110V plug. It costs pennies to charge.
The car is a head turner and with the hard top off, it is a blast in the summer to drive to work each day. With no need (or tank) for gas, you will enjoy driving by each and every gas station! With fuel prices so high, this is a great time to buy an Electric Vehicle that is made like an electric vehicle should be.
Here is a list of features the car has:
AC Power Steering
OEM FM Radio and Antenna
OEM Removable hard top which stores in trunk
Like New tires and brakes
Here are the electrical vehicle components:
Advanced DC 9" Motor Auburn Scientific Kodiak C600 Controller
DC to DC Converter: Power Source 40amp
Zivan Model 12-K2 110 Charger
Albright Main Contactor
Gould 500Amp Fuse (Front and Rear)
Original manual transmission with custom adapter using flywheel and clutch
Ceramic heater using OEM Box
500 Amp Gauge in Cluster
E-Meter in dash
Regulators - 12 battpro with LED's
24 Optima Yellow Top Batteries in four sub-packs: 6 in front; 8 in mid-ship behind seats; 4 in lower trunk; 6 in upper trunk.
Original Car Fax Report Available.
It is located in Leavenworth, Washington (2 hours east of Seattle) I have additional pictures available upon request.
Asking $8,500 OBO
Please give me (Dan) a call if you have any questions and if you want to schedule a time to see the car. (Serious buyers only.) Give me a call at 509-433-103 three.
1978 Datsun 280z Conversion
1978 Datsun 280z (Nissan) converted to plug-in electric.
A classic sports car that needs no oil, gas, coolant or smog certificate.
This 280z is equipped with:
Netgain Warp 9" DC motor (less than 3,000 miles)
5 speed manual transmission (less than 3,000 miles on the clutch)
BF Goodrich Advantage tires (less than 2,000 miles)
Fiberglass racing hood (takes 50lbs off and allows full access under the hood)
Curtis controller 144 vdc. It was running at 120 volts using lithium iron phosphate batteries.
110 and 220 volt charger
The batteries have been removed but the battery management system is pretty new and can be used with a new set of similar batteries. The acrylic enclosure and binding straps for the batteries are also included.
The car is not running but with a new set of batteries it will be good to go.
As far as performance, I've driven it up to 90mph on the highway. The speed and range will be determined by your choice of batteries. A steel trunk was installed where the gas tank used to be. I only had batteries under the front hood so there is a lot more room for batteries than what I was running. The range could be greatly extended by utilizing that space for batteries as well. The car charged overnight using a standard outlet but the charger also works at 220v for a faster charge.
There are some extra parts like the stock mirrors, emblems, extra headlamps, dash cover. . . The gas flap has been removed and smoothed over. The power cord is where the exhaust pipe would be.
The heater/defroster unit is very loud and not efficient. The interior needs work but mechanically, it is a nearly new electric car in a classic body.
Batteries not included.
EV Parts For Sale
I have the following EV components that I would like to find a home for. It’s 95% of all the stuff you would need to convert a vehicle to an electric power.
FB1-4001A - ADVANCED DC MOTOR - DUAL SHAFT
1231C8601 - CURTIS CONTROLLER-96-144V-500AMP
FP-6 - CURTIS FOOT PEDAL
NG3 - ZIVAN BATT CHARGER-1700 WATTS,115VAC, 96VDC-SCS-2225 ON-BOARD
900R - CURTIS FUEL GUAGE 120V
SW-200 - ALBRIGHT CONTACTORS - 2X
60-160V - WESTBERG 2" VOLTMETER
0-400 AMP -- WESTBERG 2" AMMETER
L25S-400 - LITTLELFUSE W/HOLDER
SBX-350 - ANDERSON CONNECTORS
FIRST INERTIA SWITCH
Also have 8 Trojan 30XHS 12 V batts that still have good useable life.
PContact Stan at 541-990-3867
The parts are located in Corvallis, OR
2013 Fiat 500e
2013 Fiat 500e All Electric Hatchback
This is a like new low miles EV
Fiat only sells these to CA or OR residents. This is your chance to get one!!!!
Does 80-100 miles on charge
Has app to monitor usage / power
All phone / music / Bluetooth connectivity
Euro white interior and electric orange paint ext
Does an amazing 0-30 in 2.8 and 0-60 in 8.4
Only 8k miles
Always garaged until very recent.
Small scratch left rear bumper
Slight stain area on cloth part of seat ( I will actually try to get this out or take to an upholstery cleaner)
Small windshield pits from normal usage
I absolutely love this car! It's amazing to drive and no gas for the 2 years I've had it. Only selling because I'm moving up the ladder to a more expensive EV.
$21k Cash sale firm
$21,500 remain on loan with 470/month takeover with Chase Auto
Contact Jessica - Don't miss out on an Amazing EV!!!!
Electric car conversion components
Hi There! I am selling all the electric car conversion components to a 1998 Chevy Metro (or Geo Metro), but I am not selling the car itself. I have had this car for sometime now and am going to do a different project with it so I no longer need the electric car components. In short, I am selling the motor, the controllers, charger, electrical vacuum (for power brakes and power steering), liquid cooling system, all electrical connections (including thick gauge wire to run from the back of the car where batteries are kept to the engine bay, various switches, voltmeter, etc). I will also include the mounting hardware to mount the motor to the transmission of the car. I have all the paper work for the parts so if you want more information for anything please let me know and I can send you pictures of it. The motor runs on 72 volts (it was set up on 6 car batteries before) and the charger I have for it plugs into a standard house outlet (110-120V). I am asking $2600 OBO plus shipping (I am located in Arizona and would deliver/meet someone locally for free) and I can be reached via text or phone at 602-740-0490 or you can Email Me. I am flexible on price but I don't just want to give these parts away, I spent a lot on them when I bought them so I will entertain reasonable offers! Thanks for reading! EV Parts for Sale
I have a 120v d.c. motor, a Curtis controller, a Zivan dc/dc converter, a Zivan ng3 battery charger, a Gast vac pump set up for sell all about 7 years old but very good condition. Will take $6,000 obo.
1988 Chevy Sprint Conversion
This 1988 Chevy Sprint is a 72v conversion. It is located in Denver, Colorado. The car worked great before putting it in storage over a year ago. The batteries are 7 years old and probably in need of replacement. Its range with 12 new Trojan 6v batteries was 30 miles. Charges with 110v outlet. This car is graffiti painted “350.org”, “Go Green”, and “Tracy 168 – Wild Style”. Tracy 168 is a famous graffiti artist from New York who has his work in Art Museums. Clean title. Actual mileage unknown, but high. It is in good condition, with the exception of the batteries.
Asking $2300. I wanted to keep the car, but moved to remote mountains where it is not practical.
My phone number is 720-517-3683.
2008 ZENN - for sale
For those of you who fell in love with Zenn Motors in the last decade, I have a 2008 Zenn EV for sale. As some know, Zenn only made about 500 of these converted French Microcar MC2’s. After Zenn stopped production, finding spare parts became a logistics adventure and I stopped searching after needing an emergency brake cable harness.
I now list this EV for sale as is at the price of $2400 OBO.
So you know, the 6 sealed batteries are discharged and the emergency brake cable needs replacement. The car has been in storage for over two years.
If you love Zenn cars, are looking for a small project, or seek replacement parts this could be your opportunity.
This link is from a local newspaper article on the car.
Located in Providence, RI
email inquiries to Zenn (at) gasistime (dot) com
1970 VW Beetle Conversion
This 1970 VW bug with California package is emerald green. It comes with a
separate hood with an 80 watt Kyocera solar panel embedded in it to facilitate
system battery charging. It is 96V with a 16kW DC motor with 400 Amp Curtis
Disk brakes and heavy duty spring suspension all around. HRBEE! is awesome!
Check out this (video link): www.fresh-energy-systems.com/hrbee1.html
He is in very good condition (minimal rust). He is ready to GO and is set up for lithium ion battery upgrades or reconversion back to gasoline (shame on you!).
He currently resides in Clearlake, California. Free delivery within 100 mile radius of zip 95422.
He comes with or without the 8/12V-140Ah AGM batteries that are still performing although they need replacing or can be used for back-up power supplies with inverter (load shaving). Negotiable!
Contact Dan; 707-245-7694-cell
Asking: $5,995 OBO
1999 Ford (factory) Ranger EV
Between 1998 and 2001 Ford built 1500 of these all electric trucks. They also built a larger number of postal vehicles with the same drivetrain. This one was recently upgraded with two modern battery packs from a Chevy Volt, which reduced the weight about 1000 pounds, and increased the range to 60+ miles. An improved charger, and updated battery management system were installed at the same time. It has air conditioning, power steering, radio, heater, power locks, alloy wheels, and new Michelin tires. The factory bed cover and spare tire are included. 13,238 original miles. We purchased it five years ago when it had 3300 miles. Please contact me if you have questions or would like to see more images. Clear California title in our name. We live about an hour north of San Francisco. It is only for sale because we have too many vehicles.
Ford Ranger EV
I am having to let my professionally built Ford Ranger EV go. We just installed
22 6 volt Lead Acid Batteries into the truck and recently made a 40 mile drive
on freeway over 65 mph! The truck is great for anyone with shorter commutes or
around town use.
I recently bought another EV and this one has to go.
All in good shape, however I would recommend a new charger as the external charger is heavy and can be unpredictable with charge times. 240v or 110v
adapters included for plug in use.
The rebuild was done by Zap motors, the interior is VERY NICE, and body with no noticeable dents. The paint is flaking away in sections and with the
title does have a salvage. New tires and ready to go.
Please see my link below with specifics and contact information:
Go green and pass by the gas stations! $5,900 obo
I have for sale at Dynasty It Car with
under 5000 miles located in Manhattan Beach, CA.
The car runs great; I just replaced the master cylinder and brake pads.
The hatch needs to have new lift put in (with one side needing repair as slot is broken). In the mean time I have a piece of strong slotted wood that has worked just fine.
As well, I currently have in Deep Cycles from Costco; they only get about 12 miles.
The car is set to the European governor speed at 45 mph. It may even go a little faster than that.
I currently have three electric cars (GEM, Leaf and Dynasty). For the money, the Dynasty is the best value as it handles like a car (very smooth) but still has the fun golf cart feel without the wobbles) and it's weather proof.
It also has a hitch receiver for bike racks and a CD / MP3 player with aux input and very good sound and almost new tires.
2007 Chrysler PT Cruiser Conversion
2007 chrysler pt cruiser
Paint color: blue
Title status: rebuilt
We are selling our converted electric vehicle because we no longer have a daily commute. It was converted at 6,800 miles. Call Dorm at (307) 272-7289 with any questions.
The car is located in Powell, WY
Asking $6,990 obo
-Curtis 144V Controller
-Netgain Warp 9 Motor
-24 New Golf Cart Batteries
-Recently Replaced Tires
Windshield has a crack and there is a scratch by the left taillight.
2010 Star 4 seat
2010 Star Car, Low-Speed Vehicle (LSV). Street Legal
up to 45mph posted speed
2010 Star Car, Low-Speed Vehicle (LSV). Street Legal
up to 45mph posted speed (note this varies by location so check with your local
DMV). 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. 1,749 miles on odometer.
$6,600. Please reach out with any questions.
Location: Dallas, TX
Please see attached pictures. Please Reach out with any questions and thanks in advance.
2013 Fiat 500e!
Selling my 2013 electric Fiat 500e! 18500 miles, white with gray racing stripes.
This car is very quick, and you'll never have to worry about filling up with
gas! These are only sold out of the California dealerships, so avoid the hassle
of buying and shipping, not to mention paying dealer tax. Only selling because
we bought a larger electric car for our growing family. Gets about 85-105 miles
per charge, depending on driving habits (range is typically better in winter
months). Comes with 110V charger. Car is truly loaded with heated seats,
navigation, USB connectivity, and more. In like new condition. Gray stripes and
orange spoiler are just decals and can be removed if desired. Pearl white
metallic paint. Title in hand.
3 Point Rear Seatbelts
3 Point Seatbelts
Adjustable Head Rests
Ambient Light Package
Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS)
Auto Express Down Window
Auto Headlight On/Off
Beverage Holder (s)
Daytime Running Lights
Dual Air Bags
EBA Emergency Brake Asst
EBD Electronic Brake Dist
Electronic Stability Control
Folding Rear Seats
Fuel Data Display
Heated Drivers Seat
Heated Outside Mirror(s)
Heated Passenger Seat
Multi-Function Steering Wheel
Outside Temperature Gauge
Passenger Seat Height Adjust
Rear Window Defroster
Rear Window Wiper
Remote Power Door Locks
Remote Trunk Release
Side Air Bag System
Side Impact Door Beams
Tinted or Privacy Glass
Tire Pressure Monitor
Traction Control System
For contact information see http://phoenix.craigslist.org/cph/cto/5138802043.html
Porsche 914 Conversion
Porsche 914, 100% ELECTRIC & quick! -
$24000 Or Best Offer (Corvallis/Albany - OREGON)
See MORE IMAGES at: http://corvallis.craigslist.org/cto/5162138748.html
* 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.
* >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, offers, etc., text or call (541)760-3313
Prius Plug-in Conversion Kit
Prius Plug-in Conversion Kit Enginer 3000
Watt DC-to-DC & 4 KW of LiFe Batteries
Location: Maple Valley Washington (Near Seattle)
This is a $3800 ($3500 + tax) kit. Using the better and safer LiFe (LifePo4) batteries: http://www.enginer.us/
Add much more FUN to driving your Hybrid car and really see a real improvement with “Hypermiling.” With this kit your factory Prius battery gauge will show green and charged much more often while the factory NiMH battery continues to absorb 100’s of AMPs of regenerative breaking. This kit seamlessly and transparently integrates into your Prius Gen II 2003 to 2009 vehicle. (I think the kit can work on the other years as well, see FAQ link below.)
I think this or any PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) kit is suited for individuals who are a hobbyist, enthusiasts, want to learn something, handy, and careful.
The kit is very easy to install and quite simple. All it takes is 2 wires connected to the studs of the factory Prius NiMH battery (the contactor, a heavy relay), and an accessory 12v wire and ground. Optionally you can tap into the factory EV-mode wire but perhaps you have done that already. This is not necessary. (Forcing EV mode does not increase your overall mileage but can add to the fun and learning.)
I bought the kit in late 2010 but for more than 3 years I stored the kit unused in my garage after charging the batteries to a storage level. I worked 55 hours a week and had limited time to fully explore its capabilities. In all probability I only cycled the batteries less than 100 times. It could be closer to 50. (During this time I had a significant life-change and have been downsizing selling most of what I own. With little time perhaps half of what I sold has been new or
near new.) The batteries are “rated” to last 2000 cycles (80% remaining) 3000 cycles (70% remaining). To my experience they are still fully 100% as strong as they were when they were new, but this is an educated assessment based on my experience.
When I bought the kit it came with 2 Chargery brand S8 (serial) balancers. The 16 individual volt meters were inconsistent relative to each other so I contacted the owner of Enginer who sold me his newest BMS (Battery Management System) that he sells today. But this too had the same 16 separate volt-meter problem and I never used it.
Perhaps I was too picky but I continued to research and eventually the entire EV / Plug-in hybrid hobbyist community began to embrace a new approach called “Bottom Balancing” where “Battery Monitoring” replaced the more cumbersome and complicated “Battery Management.” With this technique and knowing its success along with the option to infrequently charge and balance the batteries at their “Top” end, and with the experience and knowing the battery’s min and max safe voltages, it has become rather “easy” to use the quality onboard charger to fully charge the batteries to their proper capacity.
Included BMS I never used: http://www.enginer.us/products/Battery-Management-System.php
Included Mottcell 40Ah Battery specs: http://www.lightingexp.com/100933345-LiFePO4-battery-pack-3-2V-40Ah.html
Included 3000 Watt DC-to-DC Converter: http://www.enginer.us/technologies/
*NOT* included with the kit or this sale, but additionally you might like to pay extra and buy from me:
- Extra 2KW set of the same strong batteries.
- Powerlab 8 Battery Charger & a 90W power supply & 2 Dell Server
Power Supplies properly joined to provide 24v at 57A*2 (never used).
(Perhaps the best charger you can buy.)
- I would also recommend purchasing a ScanGauge to view the factory
Prius NiMH battery voltage, battery amperage flow and as with any
OBDII meters to clear an error coed if needed at all.
Additional Useful Links:
Enginer Installation Video I used:
Additional Installation videos:
Enginer PHEV Conversion Kit Installation for Gen 2 Prius:
Enginer Prius Plug-in Conversion part 1
Enginer 4K Prius PHEV Conversion part 2
Concepts of Bottom Balancing: (I took to 2.75v and with less amps, not 2.5v stated in videos. For me, knowing both Bottom and “Top” balancing adds great confidence to properly charge the batteries well within either extreme.)
* Lithium Battery Bottom Balancing:
* How to Convert to Electric Series Part 6.wmv:
* LiFePO4 Cell Bottom Balancing & Full Pack Charging Process:
* CALB LiFePO4 Battery Bottom Re-Balancing:
FAQ from Enginer: Great information and philosophy for this kind of
1. What is the difference between Enginer PHEV conversion kit and other like products? To control cost of production, Enginer does not pursue maximum EV in its PHEV kits. If you travel 20 + miles daily, the result is the same whether you use the battery power at the beginning under an all-EV scenario or release it in a controlled manner over a longer period and at higher speeds. The kit does not pursue a high SOC (80%) on the Prius’ OEM NiMH battery but instead injects additional electric energy into the OEM battery pack in a controlled manner. Forcing the Prius into a continuous pure EV mode may not be good for the OEM NiMH battery or motor(s) longevity. The Enginer System does not “spoof” the Prius into thinking it has more battery power, it simply replaces the energy consumed by the NiMH pack from the kits Li-ion auxiliary battery pack. In practice, the kit continuously charges the stock battery to higher SOC leveraging the ability of the system to improve fuel economy at higher speeds well above the Prius’ stock EV mode threshold.
14. How is this kit comparing to Calcars' design? Enginer PHEV kit is a simplified and improved system vs. Calcars' in the way it is connected and releases energy. Enginer’s battery pack does not directly connect to OEM NiMH pack directly. It effectively controls the release of energy to the inverter and OEM NiMH battery with a customized isolated DC/DC converter. When vehicle is booted up, it charges and assists the stock battery during driving. Although it does not have the 100 MPG capability as Calcars' does over short ranges and at slower speeds, the Enginer kit is however equivalent to Calcars' in efficiency at higher speeds over 20 miles (2KWH) / 40 miles (4KWH),. Its well-controlled release of energy (constant output current of ~10A
and set max voltage range 320V for Prius-I, 240V for both Prius-II and III) results in lower power requirements for all components, which brings about dramatic price cut, and longer battery life. Enginer PHEV kit eliminates the need for CAN View or other control circuit boards so that the same design can be ported to other hybrid vehicles such as Ford Escape, Fusion or Honda Insight.
18. How long do the Enginer batteries last? Lithium-ion batteries are rated for 2,000 cycles when using 80% of the packs total capacity and 3,000 cycles using just 70%, with Enginer's battery management system. If you properly charge them daily, they will normally be used for six to eight years when the pack degrades to 80% of rated capacity.
20. Will the kit void my original vehicle warranty? The Magneson-Moss Warranty Act prohibits Toyota from voiding your warranty unless they can show that the PHEV conversion damaged your car. It is highly unlikely that Enginer kit would affect the original design of the vehicle because the interface is simple and far less intrusive than other PHEV technologies.
25. Will I get 100 MPG once I install an Enginer Kit? 100 MPGperformance is Enginer's eventual goal, but PHEV effectiveness is never a simple calculation. There are many factors affecting fuel efficiency including temperature, terrain, driving speeds and charge frequency. Enginer therefore made trade offs, when designing the product, between short range fuel efficiency and total ownership costs. As a result, with Enginer PHEV you should be able to achieve 40% to 100% fuel efficiency improvement. You can get higher MPG if you charge it more frequently (charging not only at home, but also at
work) or drive exclusively at low speeds, eg. in the city.
1971 Volkswagen Super Beetle Conversion
I'm selling my
1971 Volkswagen Super Beetle EV. I converted this from gas to electric back in
2008, and my wife, 2kids and I have driven it as an everyday driver up until
this summer now that we no longer have a need for it. It has a 19HP series wound
DC motor, 72 volt (12) 6 volt Trojan T145 batteries, Curtiss Controller, Ziven
DC/DC convertor, Zivan 220vac battery charger. It still has the stock 4 speed
transmission with an adapter plate to the motor. It tops out between 55-60 mph.
I've gone as far as 50 miles between charges but that's with working the gas
pedal and watching the gauges. I installed 4 gauges, low volt gauge, high volt
gauge, amp gauge and 'fuel gauge', the front seats have been reupholstered and
has a new headliner. Has Coker tires. I removed the back seat to make room for
the batteries but I still have the seat. I didn't alter much so it could be
brought back to gas powered if someone wanted to do that. I recently rebuild the
pedal assembly. I have all the receipts, paper work and wiring diagrams for
everything I did.
As far as negatives about the car. The sunroof doesn't work, I did put caulk around it so that it wouldn't leak. The caulk can be easily removed. I think two of the batteries are weak because the range is greatly diminished. All the batteries are about two years old. Whoever buys it should test all the batteries. Although I replaced the floor panels there is some rust under the car, in the typical bug places, If you want to see it I can show you then.
I can send photos if you want specific views, just let me know
I'm in Park Ridge Illinois (suburb of Chicago) I'm asking $3000 for the car
1972 Super Beetle convertible converted to all electric in 2013.
Battery pack is dead and needs to be replaced. Car originally from the southwest and has no rust. Front disc brakes and heavy duty rear shocks and front struts. Car could be returned to a normal gas engine without too much trouble, or replace the batteries and drive for many gasoline free years.
More pictures, contact information, and more info can be found at http://www.evalbum.com/4883.
2009 MIGHT E
Manufactured by Canadian Electric Vehicles.
Unique multi purpose Zero emissions electric powered flat bed Mfg by Canadian Electric Vehicles. Same payload as a 1/2 ton pickup and has a hydraulic dump.The truck utilizes standard North American built automotive suspension and braking systems and has a field adjustable top speed of 15-25 mph with approx 90 klm range . More specs can be found on the mfg web site http://www.canev.com/might_e_truck.php
If interested please call (905)550-0872
Make me an offer
LOCATED IN PICKERING ONTARIO, CANADA
2008 ZENN (Zero
Emission No Noise) for sale in Treasure Coast area (Port Saint Lucie) - $5,400
!00% emission free due to solar panels. This Vehicle has been converted and used by the University of Central Florida. It comes with 3 375w solar panels and two charging controllers. It also features a regular electric connector. This vehicle is great for anyone running errands or just getting around town.
This ZENN has a top speed of 40mph. It has a larger range than a stock ZENN vehicle due to constant recharging of the batteries, which is ~50-70 miles, but the Range is affected by speed driven, ambient temperature, and battery pack maturity.
I have installed 6 new batteries two weeks ago!
Many ZENN owners have converted to Lithium Ion batteries for lighter pack, increased range, and longer life.
This is a two-seater with plenty of space for two and groceries.
The ZENN was created with a European Microcar body as a starting point. The Microcar [http://www.micro-car.co.uk/mc1.php] is driven in Europe at 70 mph so the aluminum (aka aluminium) cage frame provides extra safety in the ZENN.
This vehicle has like your standard car a radio and AC. it uses a 72 volt high torque AC motor driven by a 6 battery (12v each) pack.
UCF drove this vehicle for free for 8 years.
See a video about it here.
2008 Smart Fortwo Cabriolet Conversion
Electric 2008 Smart Fortwo Cabriolet - $22,490.00
Original gas vehicle purchase via Ebay from Virginia location @ 4250 miles (gas)
Converted Oct 08 to July 09 to 100% electric by EV Innovations, Moorseville, NC
Current Odometer 28,000 miles Breakdown: 4250 gas, remaining miles: electric
Motor = 43 kW, (58hp peak) 3 phase, brushless AC induction
Touch screen system monitoring
Battery System = 265 VDC, 100 amp-hr
Battery type = laptop lithium polymer, 64 of 4.15 VDC of 100amp-hr cells
Battery weight = 440 lbs,
Onboard Charger = 120/240 VAC input
65 VDC output @ 16 amp max = 4240 watts output
Lifetime charging cycles (est.) = 3,000 (8.2 years @1/day charge) expected minimum
Charging @ 120 VAC, 15 amps = 1800 watts requires 17 hour charge
@ 240 VAC, 30 amps = 4800 watts requires 6 hour charge (or 19 miles per charging hour)
Single speed transmission, forward-reverse
Safety tilt inertia switch shutdown
Performance = 0 to 60 mph in 9.5 seconds
Top speed = 90 mph, normal cruising = 70 mph
Driving range = Summer: 115 miles per charge max, 100 miles normal
Winter: approx 88 miles normal
Turning radius = 14.4 feet
Weight before conversion = 2315 lbs
Weight after conversion =2097 lbs
Length =98” Width =60” Height =61” Gnd. Clearance = 8”
2 Side Doors, Collapse Hatch
Convertible, electrically controlled variable position, Electric side mirrors,
Leather seats, electrically heated
Original Gas Car Purchase: Ebay = $15,000
EV Innovations conversion price for new car = $ 43,500
Final Cash Price To EV Innovations = $27,500
Purchase and operating costs payback verses 2008 Honda Hybrid Electric – 4.7 years including $3,000 federal tax credit.
Electric Car Advantages - Elimination of: gasoline fuel, fuel filter, fuel injection equipment, tune-ups, engine servicing, fuel credit card interest fees, fuel price increases by OPEC/Petroleum Companies, gas station lines, oil, oil filters, multiple speed transmission servicing, clutch replacement, emissions testing.
Contact George at (425) 652-5601
1998 BMW 323i Conversion
1998 converted BMW 323i. White. done in 120v, has lead acids batteries. Ran ok until recently, but now the lead acid pack is stone dead. Should get lithiums, need 38 cells, check out pricing at www.balqon.com.
Has Quickcharge charger, which Quickcharge will reset algorithm for lithiums free, should you buy and want to upgrade to lith.
80 CALB SE40
Set of 80ea CALB SE40 LiFe Cells, new.
bought for a Prius Plug-in conversion job that didn't happen.
Included are the interconnect straps and bolts/washers; in original wood crates with factory packing and cell-match test Docs.
Not interested in breaking-up the set, please don't bother asking.
Looking to get $45 per-cell, which is $1.12 per Ah ; compare to other CALB cells at over $1.50 per Ah
These are stored at 65-75% SOC in a cool garage. I paralell-balanced the entire set Autumn 2014.
Local pickup preferred, but if you wish to arrange carrier pickup at your cost, to follow cleared payment, that's fine too.
80 cells $3600 Cash or Wire Transfer(your fee)
Call 707.823.4724 voicemail
Located in Sebastopol, CA
For Sale 1ea. Ford Ranger EV. The truck was owned buy the state of California and has never been registered privately.
I bought this truck about 5 years ago as project. I have since moved and have no place to work on the truck.
The truck needs new batteries.
The truck is located in Connecticut and has been is storage for about a year.
I also have the original charger and NGS programmer.
The body is in good condition and the truck has about 10,000 miles.
Asking $6,500.00 for everything.
1959 544 Volvo for sale. Converted in the early 90's by my father. It was a fun project but I'm afraid I don't have the space or the time to keep it anymore. Battery pack is spent so you will need new batteries and it could use a brake job but otherwise Drivable and a new controller installed three years ago. Registration up to date located in San Pedro CA. $3500 or best offer. you can reach me at 310-941-0819.
2000 VW Jetta Conversion
2000 Jetta electric conversion mk4 - $2500 (lake stevens)
I am selling my 2000 Jetta that I have been converting to all electric. It runs on 18 6vdc batteries and a 12 volt system battery. It is a 108vdc at 220 amp hours. It is 99% complete, it runs and drives. It has electric heat, an expected range of 40 miles. I am unable to complete the project due to job constraints. I am selling it for less than I have in parts. New batteries, controller, throttle pot, rebuilt dc series wound motor, air shocks to carry the extra weight. Only fine tuning and licensing left. On board charging system is complete. The car is decent shape, black cloth interior, paint is ok, some blemishes. The project has been sitting for too long.
Front clip from focus ev.
Front clip from
focus ev. Includes motor, transmission, front suspension, steering, and battery
charger. 1500.00 usd
Contact Mike at Fliar13@hotmail .com
Parts located in california
2007 Miles OR70
Electric Vehicle #399
Cute - fun to
drive -seats 4
Body style like the ZX40S (www.miles.com) modified from the Daihatsu Move (Parts source)
White body, silver lower, grey interior, great headroom, automatic transmission
Four Mag wheels and steel spare (needs rubber)
AM/FM/CD; complete printed operating manual
72 volts DC lead acid plus 12 VDC aux (needs all batteries)
Manual rack and pinion steering, electric heater, NO AC
DOT lights, all mirrors, good glass, seat belts and door locks
Speedometer, odometer and tachometer, manual window ranks
Never been titled or registered
Contact Charles at 480-326-0933
1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse Conversion
120v DC electric motor installed
five-speed manual transmission
10×1275 Trojan 12v deep cycle batteries
newer front tires
new brakes front and rear
Clean and clear title
Power brakes functional
110v charging system
Runs and drives
This is a turnkey electric vehicle project that needs only a few things to be finished. It is being sold AS IS with no warranty. The items that need attention are the power steering (no pump installed but included) and HVAC (electric heat included not installed) the batteries also need to be secured(they are secured for testing purposes only).
Location St Louis, MO
Ad ID: 36452721
Contact Daniel Kahmke at314-375-6509
2007 Miles OR70
2007 Miles OR70 Synkromotive Controller
$3500 (Reduced Price)
I have for sale a Miles EV with about 500 original miles, it was in storage for quite some time. When I purchased it it had no controller or batteries - it was being parted out for another build. The controller is a Synkromotive DC controller, which can be programmed to accept pack voltage from 24-180 Volts at upto 650 Amps. (I think the controller is way worth at least $1000) It's really great and you can configure it with a laptop. I ran it on 24 volts just to move the car around to work on it, and it's currently programmed for 72 Volt to match the batteries in the car. (All programming is easily accomplished from USB via the Synkromotive Utility. See http://www.synkromotive.com/
I currently have 6 sealed lead batteries in the car that have about 50 miles on them. They get the car around at about 30-35 MPH on the flat and climb hills a little slower. The previous owner had installed a higher voltage lithium pack and had the car running highway speeds. With a 150V+ pack you'd be doing highway speeds no problem. To be a really effective EV (for most) You'd want to put in a higher voltage lithium pack for range and speed. I've been driving it between my house and office and around town on 30mph roads as is and it's great.
Body: Great Condition, paint shines, no damage. I painted the fairings black recently and also the roof rack which were faded (cheap original paint.) Emblem missing from rear of car.
Mechanically: Great Condition - no rust, acid damage etc... Could use some wire management under the hood - but all the connections are good and I used removable spade connectors which are labeled so it's easy to reroute, or even rewire the controller to another vehicle. It's final owner may change the configuration a bit depending on how they set it up.
Also includes: 72V DC-12vDC Converter (Installed), upto 200V DC-12vDC Converter - (not installed but comes with for pack upgrades.), original charging cord & Charger (72v) Installed.
Email with questions: felixthecatenator @ gmail . com
2000 Ford Focus Conversion
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.
Asking $3500, batteries not included.
Call too-oh-seven 789-5446 or email
email@example.com (w/o the x's).
Vehicle is in mid-coast ME
Got a 1972 CitiCar. Body frame (WITHOUT BODY PANELS). All electrical components available. Electric motor, relay controller, battery cables, rear end, etc. Rescued from my friends back woods. Body is history. Setting in the FL sun for years resulted in it being so brittle that it crumbled as we touched it. Was going to return it to glory. Now it's just in the way!
Contact ME For Pics
2007 American Electric Vehicle Company (AEVCO)
White exterior in good shape with only minor defects. Red and black interior. New DEKA gel batteries July 2013), charger replaced, PakTraker battery management system installed, alarm installed. Needs windshield wiper and new tires (soon).
Life and job changes have left me unable to use the Kurrent as I had planned, so it has just been sitting for the last couple of years.
Serious inquiries only. Can send photos of actual car for serious buyer. Can arrange shipping in continental US (buyer pays shipping). Currently in Denver area.
Price $4,000 firm.
Call (303) 388-1400 for more information
1983 Dodge Rampage Pickup Conversion
11983 Dodge Rampage Pickup Truck EV Conversion - $8,000
This is a compact pickup truck with a nice red paint job. Very neat and clean conversion. Easy access to batteries.
It has 18 8 volt flooded cell lead acid batteries (144 volts).
Curtis controller and 9" Advanced DC motor.
Zivan NG3 110 volt charger
It does 65 mph easily.
Range: about 40 miles per charge.
Seller: Jerry Bruegger who bought it from the creator: Brian Humbles.
Currently located at:
200 Cerro Gordo Street
Keeler, CA 93530 (near Owens Lake)
Contact: Jerry via email: jbruegger38 (at) gmail.com
1993 Mazda Miata Conversion8
This is a 1993 Mazda Miata I purchased for an EV conversion I did myself. I completed the conversion in 2008. It is a 96 V system using 12 – 8 V deep cycle batteries. It has power steering and brakes, power windows, a heater and a nice stereo system. It has a black interior and a red exterior. The soft top is new. I commuted to work for 4 years with it. It charges using a 110 v outlet and plugs in where gas used to go! The batteries are nearing end of life but it is still fully operational and a fun car to drive! Top speed is 65mph and range is 30 miles.
For more details and contact information please go to: http://www.evalbum.com/preview.php?vid=4918
I'm asking $7500.00.
I'm located in Longview, Washington.3
Components: Large Siemens AC Motors, Inverters, Gearboxes & more. GREAT DEALS!
I have a number of powerful AC motors in new or like new condition that some fellow EAA chapter members and I purchased from the Canada Azure Dynamics Auction site and imported into the US. They are in Seattle now and we are selling what we're not keeping in order to help pay for our own projects. Make us a reasonable offer and you could have yourself some great components for cheap!
We still have some of the 1PV5138 Siemens motors. These are the bigger more powerful "Grand-daddy" of the Siemens Motors line. These are longer and much more powerful than the Siemens motors used in the Azure / Ford Transit Connect. These 1PV5138-4WS24 motors are rated to make a staggering 391 ft-lbs of torque and over 240 horsepower!
Yet they're still rated to spin up to 9,000RPM making them great for direct drive but you can also make an adapter and bolt them up to a transmission if you like. The dimensions and bolt pattern of the motor faces are the same as the smaller Siemens motors but these units make more power because they are longer. The fact that they are liquid cooled and German engineered still yields a pretty powerful motor for it's volume. The motor speed encoder is built into the back of each motor and is 64 pulses per revolution. I can recommend a number of AC motor controllers (inverters)from 100kW to 200kW which can drive these powerful Siemens motors.
We also have some brand new in box 2.36:1 KDS Silvatech gear boxes which bolt right up to these big Siemens 1PV5138 series AC induction motors. Buy a motor and gearbox and connect it to your driveshaft and you've got a simple and very powerful Rear Wheel Drive EV with no complicated adapter plate!
We do have other miscellaneous motors, 1FV5139 PMAC Generators and Azure DMOC inverters. Feel free to email Stephen with any questions or call (253) Two - Three - For - 4738.
I converted this 77 bug to electric in 2007 with a 72 volt system using a D and D motor,Alltrax Controller, on board 110volt 10 amp charger. She has 9, 8 volt lead acid golf cart batteries, 4 under the hood and 5 behind the back seat(all a year or less in age). I pulled out the stops on the restoration/customization so she is a real head turner when she glides silently down the street. She has a pearl white body with grey stylized side panels and black pin stripes of my own design. I replaced the upholstery and carpets to match and put in a new stereo/AM FM radio with i pod hookup. She has chrome wheels and hub caps as well as aluminum running boards and roof rack. The batteries are easily watered with a bulb watering kit. I was originally looking at getting a neighborhood vehicle as my daily drive distance was < 25miles on average and all on city streets. This car is safer, more cool looking and can go faster than any neighborhood vehicle on the market.
dollars she can be yours.
Located in Grants Pass, Oregon
Two 1998 Ford Ranger EVs
Two Ford 1998 Ranger EV trucks for sale.
One is an ideal candidate for upgrade to Lithium as it is pretty complete with empty battery box and no charger.
One is ideal parts vehicle with many good ev parts/general parts still on it or could be upgraded if Someone intended to upgrade using a wrecked EV like a Tesla/Leaf/Rav4, which are now showing up in auto salvage yards routinely.
Both trucks are white and good body/interior.
Trucks located in Eugene Ore.
Both trucks for $5,500.00
2009 WF-72 Wildfire
2009 WF-72 Wildfire, very low mileage (under 1,000miles) has been kept in garage, looks new, excellent condition. Having to sell due to illness.
Vin - 4V6436005G714821T
Features and components are as
1) 72 Volt System. Six Optima, Blue top 12 volt batteries, brand new.
2) 8.5 KV A/C Motor, 4 speed manual transmission w/ reverse, front wheel drive.
3) Charge all batteries at one time from standard 120 volt house current, charges in 8 hours.
5) Max speed, computer controlled, set at 55 mph.
6) Max load 720 pounds, includes 4 passengers.
7) Considered a neighborhood vehicle, not recommended for high way use.
8) Wheel base 5 feet, standard 145x12" tires, custom mag wheels.
9) 20 to 30 miles per charge, depending on how driven.
Has built in tow bar.
12) AM/FM Radio, with CD Player.
13) Computer controlled, fully adjustable parameters.
14) Has electric heater, no air conditioning.
15) Free delivery first 500 miles from Dallas Texas, $1.10 per mile thereafter.
16) Fun to drive.
Contact Joe Newman @ 817 483 5840
2007 GEM Long Bed Utility
For Sale $6,000 OBO
2007 GEM 2 Passenger Long Back NEV (Pickup)
1675 Miles in Good Condition
Located in Parkdale, Oregon
Call 541-806-6476 ask for Mike
1980 Lectric Leopard
For sale 1980
Renault LeCar Lectric Leopard. Fully restored and dragged into the 21st century
with HPEV AC-35 72 volt liquid cooled motor, lithium iron phosphate 150 ah
batteries, Delta Q 110/220 volt hi frequency charger, Curtis controller, dash
date gauge, Flux battery management system, new tires and brakes. Great
performance, great restoration! 65 mph and up to 80 mile range. Only 11000
Located in Houston, tx
1978 VW Microbus Conversion
For sale 1978
VW Transporter van microbus classic. converted to electric. 144 volt HPEV AC51
motor with curtis controller, 48 lithium iron phosphate 150 ah cells. liquid
cooling for controller. dual fan cooled Delta Q battery chargers. Battery BMS
with spy glass gauge, monitors batteries, motor, and controller for overheating
and other faults. 110v charging, or J1772 220v plug. Vehicle has been fully
restored as well. new paint, flooring, carpet, interior, headliner. But it's all
about the performance...awesome...85 mph, and up to 160 mile range of real world
for more pictures, you wont be disappointed.
Located in Houston, tx.
2011 Nissan Leaf
Red, Leaf SL - top of line model with QC port, made in Japan, alu body, 49,308 miles
email wood95 at gmail.com for questions
1998 Ford Escort Conversion
Escort Large General Electric DC 9" motor, Curtis 1221c controller, Needs 18 -
6Volt Lead Acid batteries to restore this to original design. I had a 130V
Lithium Pack in it last summer just to test the vehicle and it worked great.
This car presently has no batteries, but is fully functional and a great ride.
Asking $6K. Batteries not included.
Call (three six zero)499-six five two five
1976 VW Beetle Conversion
1976 VW Beetle,
8" Advanced DC motor dual shaft, 128Volt system, 40 (3.2 volt) 130Ah, 16.6Kw
LiFe04 batteries, Curtis Controller, two
breakers, adapter plate to VW manual transmission, Custom battery install to accommodate 40 series batteries, Smart PFC-30 battery charger ordered from Manzanita Micro 144volt/30amp (220v or 110v), accessory 12 volt charger and small 12 volt AGM 30AH battery. Back seat is still in the car, all four seat belts, car looks stock with mint interior. Has had full body restoration, floor pans replaced, etc...
I use this car to commute to work (less than one mile one way) every day during the week. It will get about 80 mile trip on charge. The Lithium battery pack was installed brand new September of 2013.
Price $18,500 obo
Car is now in NW Washington State.
Call (three six zero)499-six five two five
Restored 2008 Miles OR70
72 volt (requiring 6 batteries) $6500 with title
I Purchased six of these vehicles from a local business that closed and who owned them. Before it was relocated to my repair shop, it sat outside in a parking lot in the Montana sun for a while. It is a fun vehicle to drive, easily gets up to 38 mph with no trouble, and gets between 30-45 miles to a charge with new batteries. The operating cost for this car is about 3 cents per mile. I had so much fun driving mine that I bought a conversion for my full time local driving. Now I have too many electric cars. I was able to register all of these at the DMV with no trouble. I have a legit WA State title for this car. Vehicle takes six 12 volt deep cycle batteries, plus one small 12v battery to run the accessories. Currently the car has no batteries in it. The exterior is in great shape. The interior has a a minor bit of sun damage. The car comes with stock AM/FM/CD radio, electric mirrors, cig. lighter, heater. This car has 800 original miles on it. This is the 72 volt DC car, it has way more speed than the regular Miles ZX40 48 volt cars. This car is solid, all stamped steel rather than plastic. It is safe, and drives like a regular car.
$6,000 as-is with title
Asking $6K. Batteries not included.
Call (three six zero)499-six five two five
1998 FORD RANGER EV
RANGER EV. FACTORY ALL ELECTRIC VEHICLE. I purchased this vehicle in July 2011.
The truck had its original 39 8volt batteries and did not run. In January 2012
I replaced the batteries with 26 group 31, 100 amp hour batteries using the
spoof method found on www.fordrangerev.com. the batteries were larger so I
placed 9 in the bed using a custom bracket. The factory charger was not working
so I replaced it
with a Elcon ev charger that works on 110 or 220 using a adapter. After getting the truck working properly I set out to make it unique. I purchased a 2003 ranger edge and transferred the bed, bumpers, grill, hood and mirrors. Then I had it wrapped with lightning graphics. I also added a bed cover, f150 side steps, custom wheels and tires and a light bar. I took the truck to 1 ev car show in Orlando in 2012. It was the talk of the show as most have never seen or heard of a factory electric ranger. Not even the guys from ford showing their Focus. Since then I have driven it about 2500 miles. They way I have it set up I
reset the computer with the NGS and the gauge reads 39 miles to empty. roughly half charge. I then drive it 35-40 miles then just plug it in a regular 110 outlet and let it charge overnight and reset again. This keeps the batteries from being run down more than half way. The truck runs and drives great and a/c is cold. It does not have any warning lights or codes. intermittently it will buck when braking and the brake light will come for a few miles after a full charge. I believe this is caused by higher than normal voltage from the larger batteries not allowing the motor to regenerate. After using up some of the battery it is smooth. I also have a factory battery pack jack from the dealer along with several charging stations and a additional factory battery charger if you want to put it back to factory charging. All these parts are used and I have no way to test them to see if they work. Everything I have for this truck is included in the sale. I have had fun with this truck but it is time to let someone else have fun with it. I am now looking for another project. The exterior is in great shape although the wrap job is not perfect. The interior is mint. You wont be disappointed. I have over 20k invested.
I am also interested in trade for car, truck, boat, plane, guns ????. anything of value.
Call Mike 407-739-7853 with questions or trade offers
see ebay # 201038385733 for more pics
2001(11/2000) Corbin Sparrow (Electric Car/Motor Cycle). Not running ??. It has been sitting for months without charging. It has over 8000 miles.
Price is $5500.00.
Located in Torrance California
Contact Amir at (310) 561-4013
1982 Datsun King Cab Conversion
Super clean 1982 Datsun King Cab converted to all electric. Currently 120 volts but can be upgraded to 156 volts. Freeway capable and easy to drive.
Features and components are as listed.
1) Hinged truck bed for easy battery access and maintenance.
2) Ceramic heater for proper heat and defrost.
3) Individual battery charger for each battery for proper battery balancing.
5) Zilla 1K amp 156 volt motor controller, Hairball 2, and HEPA pedal produced by Café Electric (best in the market). Totally programmable for personal preferences for power or efficiency..
6) Custom built and upgraded dual drive 7” motor built by Jim Husted of Hi-Torque Electric.
7) Forced air cooling on drive motors so air is keeping motors cool, even when motor's not running (IE: while at stop lights).
8) Conversion done by JIMERICO LLC. proven reliable by years of real world driving.
9) 120v to 12v DC converter.
10) ODYSSEY high performance 12v batteries.
11) MB1210X12 Quick Charge battery charger.
12) YT Stable Tech. vacuum assist brake system.
13) Vehicle has plenty of room and can easily be modified to meet your specific needs.
Must see to appreciate the quality of workmanship gone into this truck. Must sacrifice due to new job and move.
PRICE REDUCED to $6,500.00
Have $12,500.00 in parts and batteries
Low miles. Like new. Located in Sacramento, CA.
2012 Nissan Leaf S
2012 Nissan Leaf SL with 20,153 miles. Exterior is "brilliant silver" with beige cloth seats, and about $400 in extras. One aesthetic dent in rear driver's side door (not from a collision) with no paint damage.
Asking $18,750 ... $19,500 with the EV
I love the car! ... but need to travel longer distances now. I need to make a decision ASAP, so if you are interested please contact me immediately to discuss.
Contact Sherwood Johnson at (412) 523-8344
The car is located in Pittsburgh, PA
1998 Chevy S10 Pickup Conversion
1998 Chevy S10 Pickup, extended cab and bed w/ hydraulics to access batteries. Vehicle is an unfinished PROJECT. Electric Motor has been professionally mounted and timing tool used. Currently i have a complete EV America Electric Vehicle Kit w/ my project. All parts, (curtis controller, postbox, etc ..everything needed to finish) are unopened and in original packaging. I will consider parting things out but don't make me do much work for a single small item. i might sell the donor vehicle w/motor separately if interested. Have 3 young kids and a new farmhouse project so I broke down and purchased a nissan leaf.
I have an invoice from EV America showing over $7k not including vehicle or labor costs. I also have the vehicle title, and a dvd w/ instructions / manual from EV america to finish the project. Thanks for your interest. My name is Adam…make offer. Looking to move it out of my garage rather quickly!
Feel free to call or text me at 434 fourSEVEN3-911Four (spam) I am located in lynchburg, VA.
1993 Geo Metro Conversion
For sale: 1993 Geo Metro Electric Car $2,500.00
It was converted in 2008 to be used as dedicated commute vehicle. The package was designed by KTA services. It is a 96v car with 12 Trojan T-890 batteries connected to a Curtis 1221c controller driving an Advance DC 8” 19 hp motor. It was built with an onboard Zivan NG3-96 charger with 120v input. Instrumentation contains Westberg voltmeter, ammeter and a Curtis 96v fuel gauge. The car has been driven about 11k miles and the battery pack was replaced in 2010. This past winter the battery pack was removed and all of the batteries were serviced by the local Trojan dealer. It has a range of about 30-40 miles depending on driving conditions. It will maintain 55 MPH without an issue. I am selling the car because life has changed and it is no longer meeting our family needs.
Please Contract me with questions
1980 Porsche 924 Conversion
924 Turbo. We love the idea of an electric car, you can buy a Chevy Volt
but does that look like a Porsche? Now you can tell your friends
and coworkers that you have an electric Porsche! Oooo! Porsche WITH USABLE BACK SEATS! Small, like my old Mustang, but usable!
Converted in 2009 by Green Shed Conversions. A hot-looking aerodynamic Porsche EV...AND IT HAS BACKSEATS! Keyless entry. A/C (see "swampy.net"). I bought a powerful electric ceramic heater but have not installed it yet. Power brakes (auto electric vacuum pump - Two DC-DC converters in parallel dedicated to this for redundancy). Netgain Warp 9 Series Wound DC motor. 156 volt system (13 Deep Cycle Marine flooded batteries - New in Jan 2013). Trouble-free Logisystems 156 volt 1,000 Amp controller. Includes on-board $2,150 Manzanita Micro PFC 20 charger. Charge from 110 or 220, full charge in less than 5 hours. 35 Amp DC/DC converter (charges accessory battery while driving). Batman Battery Management System - displays Amps (being drawn and also Amps going in during charging), displays Amp Hours used (and replensihed while charging), displays voltage of main battery pack and a bar graph (an LCD "gas gauge"), no button pushing, all displayed constantly on large backlit LCD display. LED red tail lights. Top speed 80 MPH. Range 20-40 mi. depending on steep hills, aggressive starts, or gentle cruising.
CHEAP INSURANCE! Here (http://www.evalbum.com/2257)
You will find photos of this car back when he first converted it utilizing
26 6 volt batteries, there were batteries everywhere, a big box behind the back seats, batteries on top of the motor but now it has only 5 12 volt
batteries in front of the motor, 8 under the rear removable carpeted deck floor. Everything is easy to get to. Even got room for your golf clubs! Back of rear seat folds down forward to extend rear deck. New paint, leather seats, carpet, radio (that is also a DVD/CD player, bluetooth - music from your iPhone to the car's speakers), fancy speaker system. Power windows. Very good recent front tires, brand new rear tires. Recent front coil springs. Recent brakes. Mileage ~ 91,500. I bought it from him in February 2013. Cost him to convert in 2009 - $20,000 I'm selling it for$9,999. Reason for selling, job change, need more range. Located about 30 minutes NW of Washington DC in Gaithersburg, MD Here is the link to the video he made for me when I asked to see it (it was in Florida, I am in Maryland. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdG0aBQixo8
About the only thing changed is I replaced a fuse holder, changed the tail light bulbs for LED bulbs, and put some aluminum flashing over the headlight mounts under the clear plastic to hide the screws and springs. A bit prettier. Oh, also new rear tires now. The word "Electric" on the sides is a decal that can be easily peeled off.
Any questions not answered above? Ask! evporsche - See more at: http://www.evtradinpost.com/item/1499
J1772 Charger Cord
Brand New J1772 Charger Cord 30 Amps, 20' Long. I was going to buy a Nissan Leaf and purchased this super heavy-duty cord, but decided to keep my 97 Solectria Force and purchase new batteries for it. Since it doesn't use the J1772 cord, I have no use for it.
I shopped around and this is by far the best cord and the best price. I'll include standard shipping for FREE.
Email ME with any questions
with just over 4000 miles on the odometer. It was working just fine until
a failed attempt to reload the motor controller firmware. The motor
controller will need to be shipped to the factory to have it reprogrammed.
The bike is located in the Portland Oregon area. Asking $1800 (these bikes sold for > $10k when new)
Call 503 645 0734 for more information.
Motor type : Brushless DC rear-hub motor
Motor power: 3.7 Kilowatt/Hours
Charger: 1.5kW on-board battery charger, 110V-220V (50/60Hz)
Wheelbase: 60 in.
Seat height: 30.5 in.
Front Suspension: 35mm Marzocchi telescopic fork
Rear Suspension: Sachs twin shocks; preload adjustable
Front Brakes: Brembo disc brakes
Rear Brakes: Brembo disc brakes
Front Tire: Pirelli GTS23 120/70-14
Rear Tire: Pirelli GTS24 140/60-13
Range: 35-55 miles
Weight: 515 lbs.
max speed: 68 mph
1999 Subaru Forester Conversion
1999 Electric Subaru Forester $3850
Thought i'd give it one last try as a whole car before I part it out! see the link/web page for all the details, the controller is upgraded/ replaced 2009 optimas
are weak, only 6 miles now, but strong as ever. Needs new gages/monitor instrumentation, and left front cv axle. Wheels are alloys off of a sport model;
tires good everything else works! solar panels removed. 12v accessory battery is also weak but i will throw in a new one if the price is right! thanks
Call Wayne at (703) 402-4654 for more info
See the whole story at www.evalbum.com/2414
Chevy S10 Conversion
2003 Chevy S-10 converted to a fully electric truck in 2008. Conversion was professionally done by Detroit EV. Truck details- 72,900 original miles, converted at 58,500 miles, Motor- Advanced DC Series Wound DC 9 inch, 5 speed manual transmission, Cafe Electric Z1K-LV Controller, Manzanita Micro PFC30 Charger, Iota DLS45 DC/DC Converter, Batteries- 24 US Battery US2200, 6.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, Flooded, System Voltage 144 Volts, Top Speed 75 MPH, Range 35-40 miles with new batteries, current range is 20-25 miles. Over $18,000 was put into this conversion (not including the cost of the truck) I have receipts showing cost of materials and labor. Truck is in excellent condition.
Location - Clio, Michigan
1972 VW Van conversion
I am selling my
1972 VW Van conversion. Runs well but needs a new set of batteries. If you
can come to Colorado Springs, it can be test driven a short way. Health
issues force sale.
Pictures and more data at: http://www.evalbum.com/1549
Contract Matthew at (719) 636-3633
email hobomatt@ aol.com
GEM Long Bed Utility
I Love my GEM, which is why it's probably taken me
so long to put it up for sale! Thought I'd post it here, locally, before posting
contact me with any questions and feel free to forward this to other like-minded people! Thanks!
This is a 2002, 2 door eL (long bed utility) GEM.
7 HP motor which was thoroughly cleaned & serviced in 2011.
*12* batteries (most GEMs have just 6) for better performance, longer range, higher speed.
12 Trojan batteries replaced in 2010: 30XHS-WNT, deep cycle.
New frame built for back 6 batteries.
Battery watering system installed and very simple to use.
2 Brand new front tires and wheel ends (new brakes) installed on June 20,2013 (yes, last week!)
New controller is programmed for speed and does not make loud noise when going over 35 mph.
*2* Chargers -- which makes it really simple & convenient.
Zivan NG3, 230V, 19A, 50-60Hz. This one charges fast as it is 220V.
DeltaQ is other charger, recently installed. Uses regular plug-in. (delta-q.com) – is not working, don’t know why.
Serviced by GEM rep in 2011 and Surepower kit installed.
This eL model has a long truck bed with sturdy white frames (that can be removed).
It has a custom built beautiful yellow canopy and an aluminum lock box which holds a lot. This GEM attracts a lot of attention!
The GEM is street legal on streets posting 35 mph or less.
Will include PDFs for GEM Car Repair, GEM Owner's Manual 2001-2004 and 2005 Manual.
Grey interior and exterior.
Headlights, brand new wiper blade, brake lights, horn & turn signals.
There is a lot of space for signage.
Currently, it is being used as an electric ice cream truck.
Over $5,000 has been invested into this electric vehicle over the last 3 years and has been lovingly maintained and tended to by an electric vehicle
veteran since day one.
Contact: laurenbkates <at> gmail <dot> com
$7000 -- obo
2005 Lotus Elise Conversion
So this is a very painful thing to do but I am looking to give up on my project EV conversion, I've invested boat-loads of money and time into this project and to the right person this is a dream car! The vehicle itself is incredible, light-weight (2300 lbs w/ driver after conversion), sexy, aerodynamic, etc. It is a Dark Metallic Blue 2005 Lotus Elise with a perfect body, all parts present and back-up parts included (spare front and rear sub-frames, steering assembly, stabilizer arms, etc.) The EV components are realistically too much to list but I'll do my best:
1. 22 Valence UEV-18XP batteries (Over 30kwh total battery pack, 18 onboard and 4 back-up batteries) w/ Valence U-BMS sytem (and 1 back-up BMS system) 2. 3.3 kw charger from Current-ways, J1772 compliant, IP-67, etc. fantastic charger! 3. Controller: Netgain Warp-Drive; includes water circulating pump, coolant reservoir and HEPA pedal. 4. DC-DC converter; not sure brand anymore, its installed up front and I haven't seen it for a while but its there and is a very high quality unit. 5. GPS, WiMax, WiFi antennae, router/receiver and other networking components (to connect car to home network or access information about the vehicle remotely); was several thousand dollars to set up these components. 6. Opto-22 Industrial I/O board w/ brains; monitor and control all vehicle subsystems; was also several thousand dollars to set up. 7. 7" touch-screen, ready for programming to communicate with Opto-22 and display whatever driving data you desire... 8. Motors; 3 7" 144V rated DC motors (I was going to do one on each of the rear wheels and bought 3 so I'd have one spare motor) And tons more small things (contactors, wiring, etc.)
Obviously I don't think I'll get my money back out of this but around $80K has been invested (and that is shopping for good deals) plus the enormous amounts of time which is what I am completely out of at this point. I don't have the energy or intelligence to finish this project, it needs someone who is very good at finishing projects (the only physical need is the rear drive-train and motor mounting), programming components, etc. This is a dream car, imagine having a Tesla Roadster for half the price and having it completely programmable/customizable/etc with no proprietary components (cheaper repairs/maintenance). I would like to get $37.5K for this but I am willing to entertain offers on the entire project or parts of the project (Batteries/BMS, I would take $20K). Vehicle was originally close to $30K, batteries were another $30K, Charger, controller, DC/DC, motors, etc. were another $20K. This is a very good deal but I would guess it is going to take a while to find a buyer being that it is a high cost project. In the meantime I will slowly keep working on finishing it, if I ever get it finished then I'll keep it.
1994 US Electricar sedan
For sale is a 1994 US Electricar sedan, for $6800.
The car looks and drives like any Prizm sedan with an automatic transmission. As of May, 2013 the car shows 17,600 miles. I drive it most days so mileage will be higher than that. It has air bags, and mag wheels are a bit more attractive than the originals.
These cars were converted by now defunct US Electricar company and sold to fleets through GM dealers. Geo Prizms are just like Toyota Corollas. This is an early alternating current (AC) induction motor design, with a controller supplied by Hughes Power Control Systems, which at the time was a GM subsidiary.
Regenerative braking recharges the batteries as you slow down in D1 and D2. I’ve installed fuses in the charger circuit inside the dolphin and in the fan and water pump control circuit, per suggestions in the discussion group (see below). There is no air conditioner. The heater, from the Swiss firm MES-DEA, is an improvement on the original, which was plagued with ground faults, but is not robust.
Fifty batteries in two parallel strings are mounted in a 1200 pound box under the car. Lead-acid batteries were replaced in 2011, and clampers on each battery keep the voltage from rising beyond 14.68 V at 20 degrees C; this establishes what the lithium guys call "top balancing", and keeps the batteries better balanced.
The Dolphin controller has an internal battery charger, which takes overnight to charge. In the past I have used a high power charger (PFC-50) to charge faster, but it is not included in the auction. Cables, fuses and a connector to use it are still connected to the battery pack.
Battery voltage and current are displayed on a Link 10 meter on the dash so you can watch your battery pack condition. The Prizm “fuel” gauge doesn’t show anything of value, nor does the temperature gauge.
There is no guarantee, and the car is sold strictly as is. If you’re not familiar with the US Electricar, I suggest you come and look at it. Mechanical parts of the car are just like any Geo Prizm, but a buyer should feel comfortable with electrical components, as there are no commercial service firms. Fortunately, there is a very active and helpful discussion group (http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/uselectricar/), where excellent advice is available. Just about every maintenance issue has been resolved. Several members of the group will repair electronic components. In my view, this group has made more
information available than there is for any other electric vehicle.
This car comes with spare parts including two spare CPU boards (the most complex component), a spare dc-dc board (converts 300 vdc to 12 vdc for the aux battery), a spare charger board, and a collection of other parts. There's a set of documents from various sources, schematics, software and instructions. Also included are cables that enable the battery pack to be connected when it's not mounted on the car; this enables tests of each battery while the pack is connected to the Dolphin. Otherwise you can't get at individual batteries. Useful diagnostic information can be read from the Dolphin with a PC laptop (not included) with a serial port. Battery replacement requires a frame to lower the pack, which is included with the car if you want it.
From underneath some bumper damage is evident in both the front and the back. Bumper covers are OK. From above it’s not apparent, and I didn’t notice it until a year after I bought the car. There are some small dings on the bumper covers and body.
Shipping is the buyer’s responsibility. I’ll be happy to cooperate, but the buyer should make arrangements to pick up or ship from zip 95521. I am 275 miles north of San Francisco, on Highway 101.
Contrac John at jcschaefatigc.org (put Prizm in the subject line) or call (707) 825 9533
1969 Karma Ghia Conversion
One of a kind
converted electric 1969 Karma Ghia. We have taken this car to a number of shows
and it is always one of the most poplar on display. The conversion was
meticulously done and the body is in great shape - also as with the gas
versions, the the care is gorgeous and very distinctive. It has the
lifetime HOV white stickers so you will always be able to use the carpool lane.
Its not a long distance vehicle (as with any EV) but it is great for close by
commuters (you can comfortably take it on the hwy) and an around town car.
For sale by 3rd owner (the first owner was an engineer who did the conversion). It drives and handles well. Runs on 16 lead acid batteries and takes about 8 hours to charge (when fully depleted). Brakes replaced.Replaced the batteries Dec '09 to 16 Trojan T-145 Plus 6V. It also has an updated onboard charger that takes (both) 240v + 110v charging.
We are selling it because we moved and no longer have a garage to charge it in.
Feel free to contact me with any further questions and/or to schedule a test drive. *Pics taken before the new batteries and charging system were installed.
1969 Electric Ghia :
Model- Karmann Ghia
Color- Apple Red
Weight: 3000 Pounds (approximate)
Motor- Prestolite MTC-4001 (21HP at 96 Volts)
Controller- Curtis 1221C (72-120 VDC 400 Amps)
Transmission- Standard VW 4-Speed Transaxle
Batteries: Trojan T-45 plus
Seating Capacity- 2 Adults
Maximum Speed 65+ MPH (The fastest I've taken it is 75)
Range-I comfortably get approx. 50 miles when driving at around 55mph.
Lighting- All LEDs (except headlights)
Price: $8,000 OBO
Contact Sam (650) 863-5185
1971 VW Squareback Conversion
1971 VW Squareback Conversion, FB1-4001
Advanced DC motor dual shaft, 144Volt system, 12 (12 volt) lead acid batteries,
Curtis Controller, two
contactors, adapter plate to VW manual transmission, Custom battery boxes to accommodate 29 series batteries, Smart battery charger ordered from Kingpan 144volt/10amp (220v or 110v), accessory 12 volt alternator and small 12 volt battery. Back seat has been removed to accommodate batteries, but other than that looks stock with mint interior. I purchased this car from California. Some rust pits on rear bumper.
I use this car to commute to work a few days a week. It will get about 26 mile round trip on charge. Most of the 12 batteries are new.
Price $6,300 obo
Car is now in the Florida panhandle.
Call (eight five zero)217-5549
Selling a 6 month old leviton electric
car charger. This is the plug in version using the the NEMA 6-20P plug. The unit
will also be included with an easy 220 unit which converts 2 standard plugs into
1 usable 220 plug. This easy 220 was used with the EVSE without any problems.
The unit was used with a nissan leaf and charged the car from empty to full in 8
hours. Still works great, got rid of the car because we're going overseas. any
questions feel free to ask
Link to the manufacturer's product page:
Electric 1980 VW Rabbit Conversion
Highly functional electric car
capable of freeway speeds and climbing hills. Has a 30-35 mile range. Most
components of this conversion have been replaced over the last few years (except
motor and controller). New batteries have only 500 miles on them. Uses a
standard 110 volt plug with onboard charger so you can plug it in anywhere. Body
in very good condition. I’ve been charging this car with solar panels, making it
a 100% solar-powered car that emits no pollution or carbon dioxide. Good first
electric car because everything is visible and available for tinkering. Wiring
I’m selling it because I bought a new Plug-in Prius, which replaces this car and a gas-powered Honda Civic.
Located in Santa Cruz, CA.
Contact: Bob 831-566-8239
Electric motor: 60 HP GE motor, series wound.
Batteries: Lead-acid, American Battery Company US-145 batteries, 6 volt each, 245 AH rating, 16 batteries wired in series for 96 volts. Almost new batteries, only 500 miles on them.
Charger: on-board Russco SC30-120 SO, refurbished by Russco in 2005. Outputs 17.5 amps at 96 volts from 110 VAC input. Automatic tapered charge and automatic shutoff to prevent overcharging. You can plug this car in anywhere (may need to dial down current on the Russco when charging from a 20-amp circuit).
Motor controller: Curtis 1231C-8601 MOSFET 15 khz, 96-144 volts, 500 amps.
DC-DC converter: Curtis 1400E, 300 watts; charges 12-volt gel battery for lights and accessories.
Cruising Equipment E-meter displays volts, amps, amp-hour or kilowatt-hour usage, and percentage charge. Separate amp and volt meters for 12-volt system.
Heater: 96 volt core heater uses traction battery current, not 12 volt auxiliary battery.
Body: light blue, 2-door, in very good condition.
Brakes: heavy duty four-wheel disc brakes replaced original brakes in 2007; vacuum assist with vacuum pump, regulator, and reservoir.
Wheels: Sport Max 15 inch aluminum rims, Dunlop tires 195-50-15, only 500 miles on them.
Springs: new springs and shock absorbers in 2006.
Back seat removed to accommodate batteries, replaced by large carpeted cargo area.
Custom welded aluminum battery boxes with active fan ventilation during charging.
Radio and CD player with great speakers.
Extensive log book has record of improvements, wiring diagrams, mileage.
Negatives: speedometer reads high by 5 mph, rear brakes sometimes squeal when backing up, one lever missing on heater.
There is more information and picture at http://www.sagehill.net/personal/ElectricRabbit.htm
Electric scooters byElectric scooters by Elecscoot
4000W and 2000W Electric scooters by Elecscoot Ltd . UK Developed and manufactured running gear, zero failure, fantastic spec!
Visit us at: www.elecscoot.co.uk
Thank you Ian Allison Elecscoot Ltd 00 44 1207 502599 or email SALES
Key for an Oxygen Lepton Scooter
have an Oxygen Lepton Scooter I bought from ZAP in Santa Rosa CA just a few
months before they really went out of business . That was a decade ago. I have
lost my key and cannot find a source- one electric scooter parts online person
said if I find any, he wants some,too! Anyone have a clue or can send a picture
of a blank, at least - I can make a 3d one possibly and have a locksmith cut to
fit? I am Weedy TuhtanJoseph in Sebastopol, California and please email me any
suggestions ( beyond replacing the lock assembly ) or photos or sources of key
blanks!! I will be getting this ready for sale- also have a truck bed loading
ramp for it…Have to get it going to set a price but I broke my leg 2 years ago
so do not intend any risky behavior!!
Wanted - reliable
I want the EV for city travel with a range of 70 to 100 miles. It has to be an EV that can be driven on the freeway.
I'm located within the county of Los Angeles.
Toyota 2-wheel drive standard bed Pick-up Conversion SOLD
Battery Powered Doran SOLD
Wanted 130 DC volt
Toyota 1996 conversion SOLD
2001 Rav4-EV SOLD
1975 Porsche 914 Conversion SOLD
2014 Toyota Rav 4 EV SOLD
2011 THINK City
1982 Lectra 2+2 Hatchback
1993 Honda Del Sol Conversion SOLD
Bombardier Electric car parts SOLD
Electric Vehicle Listings on Ebay have moved, please click here to go the latest listings
If you can't find the Vehicle you are looking for here, you could try these other sites that also advertise previously owned Electric Vehicles.
Public Surplus has a number of GEMs listed at the moment
Electric Vehicles at Hemmings
2013 Tesla Model S 60
2011 Tesla Roadster
2011 Tesla Roadster
2010 Tesla Roadster
2010 Tesla Roadster
2010 Tesla Roadster
2008 Tesla Roadster
2008 Tesla Roadster
1916 Rauch and Lang
2002 GEM Long Bed
Electric Vehicles at Prewarcars.com
Currently there are no electric cars liste
EV Trading Post
Eco-Car EV Classified
Eco-Motion EV Classified
Cloud Electric Used EVs for sale
Commuter Carsshas Used Tango's for Sale
Electric Cart Warehouseeis an eBay store that has lots of NEVs and NEV parts on sale
MC Electric Carsshas used EVs for sale
Orange County Golf Carrt in Port Jervis, NY currently has 6 used GEMs for Sale
Used EVs for sale in Arizona
GOGEMCARS sells used GEMs and GEM parts
Australian Electric Vehicle Association - Adelaide Branch Parts for Sale lists EV Parts and sometimes EV Conversionss
Drive Electricchas a Citron Berlingo Electrique for sale
Battery Vehicle Societyyhas EVs for sale in the UK
Greencarsiteehas electric vehicles on its classifieds page
ecocarforummhas a classifieds page for EVs
Elektroauto KleinanzeigennGerrman site that has lots of Electric Vehicles listed
AAEEsells Used EVs in Italy..
Finnnhas lots of used Th!nk City vehicles for sale
Alternative Fuel Vehicle Resale lists all kinds of alternative fuel vehicles including electric
LincolnNEV Classifieds has NEVs for sale in the Lincoln, CA area
Th!nk Neighbor Forum has a section where Th!nk Neighbors are sold
Phole's list of Used Golfcarts contains many NEVs including Planet Electric, Western and Bombardier
Golf Cart Goodies Classifieds has for selling NEV and Golf Carts including parts and accessories
National Auction Systems - Auction site that features EVs from time to time
Worldwide Classifieds has just added an Electric Vehicles section
Now for the fine print - remember always read the fine print
The information contained in this web site is based on information I have received about the availability of vehicles both new and used. I attempt to keep the information here as current as possible but I would appreciate being notified of any inaccuracies you may find. The appearance of a vehicle on this site does not imply any endorsement of that vehicle, or any implication that the vehicle will be suitable for your needs. As always you should investigate the vehicle and the seller before shelling out your hard earned money..