I bought a 2013 leaf and harvested the battery modules and J1772 inlet (only). Here is a list of the items I was able to sell either locally or online via ebay or the mynissanleaf forum. (It took me about 9 months overall.)I've begun my Leaf-powered '79 Superbeetle 'vert project and am about to start disassembly of the 2014 Leaf so I can get it out of the driveway.
I'll be using the Resolve-EV controller (arrived yesterday!), so will keep the things recommended in the Resolve-EV online manual to get it running.
I am assuming that with the front end crushed, various dents and scratches around the panels, stained seats, and without the drive stack or batteries, I'm probably not going to get much from the yard for what's left, and I may even have to pay for them to take it.
Is there anything worth keeping, possibly for selling?
My son thinks the navigation system, wheels, and possibly doors might be worth hanging onto. Any have suggestions?
If I take the wheels, should I make plywood replacements for it to roll on, or will the wrecker just drag it onto a flatbed? (put it on moving dollies? should be light without drive stack and batteries)
Is it worth saving sensors for people trying to do a Leaf-build from parts rather than scavenging from a whole Leaf?
3x wheels & tire
Passenger side sun visor.
Radiator lower support
Drivers side air scoop in front of radiator
Top cover (plastic between headlights)
Radiator tank (reservoir)
Lower control Arm
BMS Module (from inside battery case)
Both Headlight Units
drivers side hood hinge
interior light sun glass holder
Continental spare tire rubber refill kit
4 floor mats
DC Quick Charge (chademo port)
Power Window Switch assembly (drivers side)
Cabin Air filter door
Fuse Panel Cover
Antenna Amplifier (and antenna)
3rd (top) Brake Light
Then I sold the rest of the body to a guy restoring a wrecked leaf for around $300.