Well, tj4fa did some detective work and got a good deal of information on the history of this motor:
There are pictures in that thread as well.
I've got a few feelers out to see if someone needs it for a ComutaVan restoration. But I'd be interested in it's usefullness for the project I have planned.
By the very battered and inaccurate bathroom scale, it's about 70 lbs. give or take. It's 12 1/4" long and 7" in diameter. The shaft is keyed, looks like maybe 7/8" and extends 1 1/4" from the end of the motor.
I've been looking at available new motors and trying to find something similar. Is this maybe kinda comperable to a D&D ES-15A?
I'm just thinking if I can find something similar I can use that as a gauge as to what I might be able to use this in successfully.
I did get the catalog and primer from EV-America. They said that you should have at least 6 HP per 1000lbs finished vehicle weight. That seems to put this motor on the very, very small side. I think it would be difficult to come up with a finished vehicle under 2000 lbs. even if I go with something like a Ford Festiva.