**ALL ELECTRIC VOLKSWAGEN!!!** Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale
is pleased to offer for sale, on consignment, this one of a kind,
all electric, 1971 Volkswagen Karman Ghia! Let that sink in while I
say it again, an all electric, Karman Ghia! The conversion from gas
to electric on this vehicle was completed just 200 miles ago. The
exterior is finished in Mercedes Iridium Silver Metallic paint with
beautiful red vinyl interior and fresh carpet. An electric heater
is a welcomed feature for those cold days and a JVC AM/FM/CD radio
with component speakers for your listening pleasure. Stopping power
comes by way of front disc brakes on a narrowed front end with drop
spindles and drum brakes in the rear. The 15" Empi Sprintstar
wheels bring a touch of class to the overall look of the car and
the LED taillights bring a touch of modern to the build. Speaking
of modern, the NetGain HyPer 9 electric motor is powered by five
Tesla Model S batteries and was factory rated at 120 horsepower.
Power goes through a 4 speed manual transmission. There is a VDO
speedometer to monitor your speed while a TBS electronic battery
monitor informs you of how much go juice you have. Also included is
a 3 level Regen switch, a J1772 charging port and an Elcon charger.
Be the talk of the event at your next local show with this wildly
executed mix between old and new. You may miss the iconic sound of
a flat four until you step on the throttle and experience just the
sound of road noise as you rocket down the road. This is a very
rare chance to pick up a one of a kind car so call today and let us
help you acquire something truly special!
1971 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia
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