Browsing Archive: February, 2010

New Interior

Posted by Brian on Sunday, February 21, 2010,
So, work has been progressing steadily on the 944. The interior has almost been fully cleaned out, including the pesky sound deadening material which is turning up in places all over the car. A heat gun and chisel are making the removal of the insulation straightforward, but still time-consuming. Apparently there is almost 100lbs of this stuff in the car! Talk about overkill. Yesterday I removed the rest of the interior paneling and dyed it all black. With the black door panels, the car alrea...
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News Travels Quickly

Posted by Graham on Tuesday, February 9, 2010,
I received an email from DEVA (Durham Electric Vehicle Association) and am glad to see that there is a lot of interest in our business. Many members are interested in converting their vehicles and would like know more about us. We will be scheduling a presentation at the Durham College Whitby Campus for DEVA on March 4th, 2010.
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Tools Make Life Easier

Posted by Graham Lambert on Thursday, February 4, 2010,
The battery brackets that will be mounted in the engine bay and rear passenger seat are now starting to take shape. WIthout a shop to work in and use of specific tools such as a drill press, metal cutter this job would be much more difficult but with the help of these items the brackets are coming along nicely. A strong and steardy design has been made using a few simple pieces from home hardware. The brackets seen in the picture are to carry 18 of our lithium ion batteries, a case will be de...
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