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SOLD:PROJECT 1984 Porsche 928S EV Race Car - $1000

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Due to current life circumstances I need to part with this project car.

It’s a 1984 Porsche 928S that was converted to an EV by a prior owner.

It’s been sitting in the driveway for a few years, the battery pack is removed, but remaining parts include:

Zilla 2k controller w/ hairball
Advanced DC FB-4001A Series Wound DC 9" w/ set of replacement brushes
Motor mounted to stripped transmission, 2 remaining gears
Torque tube to rear wheels
Elithion BMS that was never installed
Replacement plexiglass rear hatchback & quarter panel windows
Misc wiring, fuses, gauges, relays

Needs to be towed.
Currently registered as Planned non-op in Santa Clara, CA.

Has a CA EV title.

Asking $1000


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It's my understanding it's OK for the rear/sides (technically the material for the replacement is not plexi, it's polycarbonate).
However, I believe the front windshield needs to be DOT approved Auto Glass. The front windshield on the car needs to be replaced. Right now it is Lexan, and showing it's age, scratched, yellowed. It was put on to drop weight, as the prior owner did track the car.

"buy a car from someone who joined the forum just to sell the car. " - I joined and have browsed over the years (since 2016), but never really had anything to post, so not just to sell the car. Came here first as this would be the best place for someone who knows a bit more what they'd be getting into.

"OP can resell the zilla and hairball for the ask on the whole car. " - Yes, thought long and hard about this one, but all the while the car still sat while I was thinking about it. Eventually the wife had enough ;)
Taking out just the Zilla would then leave me with the rest of the car.
I'm looking for someone to take it all, I just don't have the time right now to either part it out or rebuild.

Really appreciate the discussion though, and thanks for looking!
Where are you located?
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