1969 Austin Healey Sprite All Electric If you like attention, this
is the car for you. Only 2-3 are in North America, and everyone has
a MG or Austin Healey story they want to share when you make a
stop. Winner of the All Electric Class at the Green Grand Prix at
the world-famous Watkins Glen International NASCAR raceway in
Watkins Glen, New York. Previous winner was Cornell University. Has
won best in show at local car shows with the trophies to prove it.
Has 24kw battery. Rated around 50-75 mile (100 under perfect
conditions) range although it has never been tested. This was the
marketing vehicle for a small EV conversion company. The owner
accepted a job with an OEM, and with 40 EV's on the market now. The
vehicle is no longer needed. Time for it to find a new stable. This
car was featured in the 2018 NASA Earth Day celebration at Kennedy
Space Center in Cape Canaveral. It's also been featured a Nissan
World HQ in North America when 3 Leaf prototype were all that had
been built. Has a combination of A123 pouch packs rated at 180
amp/hrs and CALB cells rated at 200 amps hours. Includes the
following extras: 10 CALB 100 amp hour cells 4 plain steel rims, 2
with tires A Demco car hauler - cost $3500 new Extra set of seats
from a MG GT(at least, that's what they were in) 2 Austin Healey
repair manuals Extra Elcon charger(needs repair) Custom made range
extender generator/DC welder This vehicle was a daily driver and
has been in an air conditioned/heated garage depending on the
outside temperature. It has some rust in a few areas starting. A
previous owner did a questionable patch job on the floor board but
the rest of the car is solid. As with any British car, if there are
not leaks in your driveway, it can't be British and this car is no
exception. 120 volt system with Mini-BMS battery management system.
Goes 72 mph - Went 78 mph top speed with gas motor.
1969 Austin-Healey Sprite
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