$1,700 – Burleson, TX:
“This unique project was converted from gas to DC electric 144 volts about 10 years ago. It now needs batteries, like so many EV projects. The gas engine and associated parts are long gone. It has been repainted and looks good. It’s not a flawless daily driver. It’s a project car that has been driven very little in the last 5 years.
The Curtis Controller handles up to 500 AMPS at 144 volts. This offer includes a 220 volt EV battery charger, but the car no longer has batteries in it.
If you can’t afford a Tesla, and want to tinker with or learn about how Electric Vehicles work, this is a bargain for you. Like so many vintage cars, this would be a good fit for someone who can work on things. A basic understanding of how golf carts or fork lifts function is the basics of this. Just much higher voltage.
When it was first converted, Golf Cart batteries were the only option. Over 1,000 of lead batteries gave a range of up to 40 miles. With many Lithium options today, the speed & range with be a compromise with budget.
At present, it has no heat, no ac, no radio. It looks decent and has lot driven under its own power earlier this year before the old tired batteries were sold as cores.
And finally, because this is stored at my friends ranch near Burleson, it is only available for viewing afternoon on Saturdays & Sundays.
Bring a trailer.
1986 Pontiac Fiero GT
paint color: silver
title status: clean
type: coupe “