$2k is a bit low for practically any running EV conversion. Just working components alone could get more than that (depending on how they are working) . It does seem like this one will need some work, most of that work being mechanical, not electrical makes it seem more manageable.Brian, nice to virtually meet you and thanks for responding to my post. Yes that is the listing for the truck! I just went with a friend to look at it again and i took it for a spin around the parking lot. I tried to get some more info and this is what I found out:
I offered 2k and they declined. My friend said its been on the lot for four months. Maybe its to much for the work to fix everything but i am looking for something about this size, electric is a big plus, that we can load our camping gear in and tow behind us. Finding a vehicle like this (with left hand drive) isn't easy or as cheap as i thought. I found a dealer in Miami that has nice gas vehicles but they are all right hand drive and gas and $5k+.
I would want to update the solar panel and charger to keep the batteries topped off. We usually have a regular plug in at the places we stay as well.
What are your thoughts on this particular EV and how much would it cost to get it all updated?