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fita
I need to buy a lithium suv, anyone know of a company that can convert one for me?


thanks, Fita

       
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Re: Lithium suv?

Josh and Jenifer
If you are near South Ga,  you could call J.C.'s Ag Service,  you can get
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>I need to buy a lithium suv, anyone know of a company that can convert one
>for me?
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> thanks, Fita
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Re: Lithium suv?

Dan Frederiksen-2
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Phoenix motorcars seems an obvious bet   http://www.phoenixmotorcars.com
(if they are selling yet)

if money really doesn't matter then ACpropulsion can probably make a
good conversion
http://www.acpropulsion.com/  (they made the drivetrain for the first
EV1 afaik)

then there are the smaller conversion garages but not sure any of them
have experience with lithium


fita wrote:
> I need to buy a lithium suv, anyone know of a company that can convert one for me?
>  

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Re: Lithium suv?

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Re: Lithium suv?

shred
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Phoenix motorcars will only sell to people living in CA. I don't think they will be selling to the public in CA until 2009 though.
Neal
Dan Frederiksen-2 wrote
Phoenix motorcars seems an obvious bet   http://www.phoenixmotorcars.com
(if they are selling yet)

if money really doesn't matter then ACpropulsion can probably make a
good conversion
http://www.acpropulsion.com/  (they made the drivetrain for the first
EV1 afaik)

then there are the smaller conversion garages but not sure any of them
have experience with lithium


fita wrote:
> I need to buy a lithium suv, anyone know of a company that can convert one for me?
>  

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Re: Lithium suv?

Zeke Yewdall
The Scion xB station wagon from AC Propulsion might be fit the bill.
I think that one is Lithium??

Z

On Jan 5, 2008 10:07 AM, shred <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> Phoenix motorcars will only sell to people living in CA. I don't think they
> will be selling to the public in CA until 2009 though.
> Neal
>
> Dan Frederiksen-2 wrote:
> >
> > Phoenix motorcars seems an obvious bet   http://www.phoenixmotorcars.com
> > (if they are selling yet)
> >
> > if money really doesn't matter then ACpropulsion can probably make a
> > good conversion
> > http://www.acpropulsion.com/  (they made the drivetrain for the first
> > EV1 afaik)
> >
> > then there are the smaller conversion garages but not sure any of them
> > have experience with lithium
> >
> >
> > fita wrote:
> >> I need to buy a lithium suv, anyone know of a company that can convert
> >> one for me?
> >>
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Re: Lithium suv?

shred
Yes it is lithium. They use a 35 KW Li Ion pack.
I thought they were Valence but I'm not sure.
Neal
Zeke Yewdall wrote
The Scion xB station wagon from AC Propulsion might be fit the bill.
I think that one is Lithium??

Z

On Jan 5, 2008 10:07 AM, shred <shred@scwi.us> wrote:
>
> Phoenix motorcars will only sell to people living in CA. I don't think they
> will be selling to the public in CA until 2009 though.
> Neal
>
> Dan Frederiksen-2 wrote:
> >
> > Phoenix motorcars seems an obvious bet   http://www.phoenixmotorcars.com
> > (if they are selling yet)
> >
> > if money really doesn't matter then ACpropulsion can probably make a
> > good conversion
> > http://www.acpropulsion.com/  (they made the drivetrain for the first
> > EV1 afaik)
> >
> > then there are the smaller conversion garages but not sure any of them
> > have experience with lithium
> >
> >
> > fita wrote:
> >> I need to buy a lithium suv, anyone know of a company that can convert
> >> one for me?
> >>
> >
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