Nearly any year, make or mode of transportation can be converted from old, unreliable and stinky to clean, Green machines by nearly everyone in our series of ICE to EV's on GreenTV!
The styling, look and feel of a classic simply cannot be replaced by newly built models yet what bothers most of us is the leaks, smoke and breakdowns.
Stay tuned as we bring you converted ICE machines on land, water and air along with the how to do, what is needed and where to obtain the components needed to Green your machine!
And a video of one of the 1952's in ICE form and how to operate!
Owner: David Banducci of Laguna Niguel, California. Vehicle is a 1952 Francis Barnett Falcon.
Garage find with motor and transmission missing -
Rebuilt and restored with an
electric drivetrain and 12v accessory supply.
Legally registered in CA Motor
8000w nom hub motorDrivetrain8kw nom, 72v Controller Sabvoton 72150 Batteries 0.00 Volt, Lithium-Ion
72v, 80ah, 150a BMS System Voltage72 Volts Charger
110v charger installed in hollowed out gas tank - also mounted an
electrical cord reel from a vacuum cleaner - cord pulls out and retracts
thru the gas filler cap Heater: NoneDC/DC Converter
72v to 12v dc, 15a step down converterInstrumentation80 mph, 12v gps speedometer, odometer and trip meter.
Digital volt meter
Top speed 80 MPH (128 KPH)
Acceleration: More than adequateRange120 Miles (193 Kilometers)
Watt Hours/Mile5760 Wh/Mile
EV MilesCurrent:2,000 Miles (3,218 Kilometers)Seating Capacity1 adult Curb Weight250 Pounds (113 Kilograms)
Tires3.25 x 19 f. 3.50 x 19 r.
Continental classic Conversion Time100 hours estimate for restoration and
conversion. Additional Features Bluetooth monitoring and programming, led projector headlights, brake
light, daytime running lights, alarm system with motion detection.