1963 GT40 REPLICA EV ELECTRIC VEHICLE

Sold For: US $5,000.00

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Funnybug sez:

talk about ruining a great kit car.......

Ebay Description:

Here's an Avenger GT40 built on a VW bug chassis. Top removed to make it a spider. I'm out of money to complete the project and the wife is tired of it taking up space in the garage so it's gotta go.

Converted to electric with the following components:

Mars Electric ME1002 10" motor
Kelly KD12400 controller
120V battery pack (used but with life).
120 volt charger (uses regular household current)
DC/DC converted (120 - 13.5 volt)
Westach gauges including State of Charge, 120 Volts voltmeter, 500 amp 120 volt ammeter, 12 volt voltmeter, 50 amp ammeter
Matching speedometer (needs calibration) and tach
Other upgrades include front disc brakes, wire wheels, and coil over springs. Over $10k invested, but reserve set to cost of electric components only. Buy it for the reserve and the car is free! You arrange 1963 Replica/Kit Makes GT40
GT40 REPLICA EV ELECTRIC VEHICLEpickup at your expense. Happy bidding.

 

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On Apr-08-11 at 17:19:47 PDT, seller added the following information:
I've been asked about the top. I still have the top. I inserted locator pegs in the front with the intention of fashioning latches so the top could be installed and removed at will (like the old hard top corvette convertible). I also have the rear windshield glass. There is also a cover that goes over the rear to cover up the engine compartment. There are currently 10 12v lead acid batteries. 9 of them are from a Ford Think and one is a Walmart deep cycle. The interior will require work. The dash pad needs to be replaced, the seats covered and bolted to the floor, and the floor and cabin walls covered. It drives presently, but owing to the incomplete interior it is not safe to drive at this time. I have the pink slip but the car is not registered. I was waiting until it was street ready to do that.



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