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2005 Chevy Aveo EV – All Electric Vehicle




Condition: Used
Clear title – Title converted to fully electric in Missouri
Passed Safety Inspection on 11/17/2010
Emissions Waived on 11/18/2010
Miles: 117500
PRICE: 14000 (Going on ebay now for 12000 with no reserve)

FEATURES:
VIN: KL1TG62665B302098
144V Drive-Train System
Warp 9 DC Electric motor (9.25 inches)
Logisystem 1000 Amps controller
Air Conditioner
Electric Heat
Power Steering
Power Windows
Sun Roof
GPS/DVD/Bluetooth Connectivity and Ipod Input
24 BRAND NEW 6V – Energizer (Johnson Controls) 245 AH batteries
Batteries are from a single batch of production. (Made at the same time)
New Breaks
Power Locks with Remote Keyless Entry
Dual Airbags
All new wipers
Custom Rear Suspension
Anderson Safety Emergency Disconnect
144V/10 Amps Quick Charger
5 speed Manual transmission WITH CLUTCH
10 AWG Power Cord with waterproof plug
Range: 40+ (combined city and highway)
No Oil Changes
No Gasoline
No Emissions


The vehicle comes with:
Title as full highway speed electric vehicle in Missouri
Safety Inspection & Emission Waiver for Missouri
Charging Cord
Copy of the receipts for most major parts including motor and controller.

Please call if you have any questions (314) 341-4463

Serious Inquiries only, please.

THE BATTERIES IN THIS VEHICLE ARE BRAND NEW (AS OF OCTOBER 2010) AND SHOULD LAST A VERY LONG TIME.

FOR OWNER REFERENCE:
BATTERY REPLACEMENT FOR THIS VEHICLE SHOULD BE AROUND 1800 DOLLARS ONLY. COMPARED TO SOME EV’S THAT COST MUCH MORE.

Range: 40+ miles (combined city and highway)
Speed: 75 MPH (maybe more)
 

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No, I actually wanted to keep it... but I used credit cards to purchase the parts... and the charges were huge... so I had to sale it to get out of debt...

now, I am saving money to build another one... but don't use credit cards this time...

Lesson learned.
 

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No, I sold it locally... when I posted for sale, gas prices were really low and folks kind of "lost interest" in EV's...

I still haven't found a good donor vehicle... I am saving for LiFePO4 batteries.

The next car will be another Aveo... about the same as the other one... but it will be a 312V electric system... with 100AH batteries.. Lithium... this should save about 1000 lbs of weight. and give me about 128 miles in Range....

This car is pretty light, and "new looking" all of the US models have the Radio/CD Player... I already have another OEM Like unit... so the next one will be very ...very nice... the price will be a little high.. around 30 grand... but I doubt that I will sale it at this high price... so I might have to enjoy this one...

I am trying not to go into debt... which will be almost impossible....

I am trying to find a good source of Lithium batteries...

anyone?

Thanks

Marcos.
 

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I just got the donor vehicle... it;s a 2004 Aveo... but this one is the sedan model... also a 5 speed manual...

it will be just like this one... but 312V pack with AGM's... still can't afford lithium...

If anyone would like to pre-purchase this vehicle... let me know... takes me about 1 month to complete it.

Thanks
 
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