1980 Jet Electravan electric van

Price: US $249.50 Item location: Asheville, North Carolina, United States
  • Make: Other Makes
  • Model: converted subaru rex 550 / 600
  • Type: Hatchback
  • Trim: fleet
  • Year: 1980
  • Mileage: 99,999
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: DC electric
  • Fuel: Electric
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1980 Other Makes converted subaru rex 550 / 600

Amazing Collectors Item - Electric Utility Van for Sale As-is, Not running, 10 years ago I drove it of of the car hauling truck, it has lacked working batteries since then. Year/Model: 1980 Electra Van Color: White with Blue Stripe Top Speed 60 MPH (load dependent) Factory converted by Jet Industries, Austin Texas Factory built on: Subaru Rex 550 / Subaru 600 Van chassis New batterypack range: 30+ miles at 55 MPH, 40 miles at 45 MPH Present range: 0 due to sold without batteries Curb Weight: 3020 pounds, 1260 front, 1740 rear Comes with extensive documentaton (owners and service manuals) Capacity: 4 passengers with 32 cubic feet of cargo space or 2 passengers with 68 cubic feet of cargo space. Cargo bed: 65.35" long, 48.03 wide 102 Volt DC propulsion pack compised of 17 - ^ volt size T-105 flooded lead acid batteries (propulsion pack weighs 1122 lbs) Lester charger with 115 and 230 volt charging GE EV! SCR controller rated at 350 Amps Dimensions: 64.37 tall, 54.92" wide, 135" long Ground Clearance: 7.5" Transmission: 4 forwards & 1 reverse with clutch Instrumentation: Percent Charge Gauge, Current Meter Wheel base: 55" side to side & 72" frontaxle to rear axle. Very compact can go almost anywhere Location: Asheville NC 28806 Condition: Body fair minor damage on front driver side corner, sun damage to vinyl seats and trim. Battery box has some sign of leaking acid. The steering run lock is out (damaged buy the vehicle shipper) I had a lock smith rebuild it and it still catches a little. This is a real collectors item. They were apparently bought by the feds for the post office and other uses. Perhaps 200 to 300 made. I would like to see this bought by a museum. Contact Ken at 828-273-5334 for more information.