[Oeva-list] A Newbie

Micheal Drewry glassphoto at gmail.com
Wed Apr 16 09:22:45 PDT 2008


That is a good estimate on costs. I have about $9,500-$10,000 in mine, with
me doing all of the work.

On 4/15/08, Tony McCormick <tony at notebene.net> wrote:
>
> Good list.   I would add that a conversion is very viable and the cost
> is about $5000-$15000.   With $5K at the "buy one used" end and $15K at
> the "have one done very nicely" side of the picture.
> --Tony
> > Today your options are:
> > 1) a low speed EV (Zenn, Miles, Zap and others)
> > 2) NMG Speedway-speed pod
> > 3) A freeway speed EV from the late 90's (Ford Ranger, Chevy S10EV,
> > RAV4-EV).
> >    These are $25K-$40K.
> > 4) Tesla Roadster $100K
> > 5) Conversions - Do it yourself, buy, or hire a conversion.
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