See how to convert a Dodge Neon to a 300v AC electric car through this video series.

Part 2 continues design and construction of the adapter plate.
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Thanks for taking the time to do this, I have been wanting to build an electric conversion myself, (Still not sure of the Donor, thinking 914, I love those cars!) This made it much easier to get to the next step. With these couplers, and your videos, it shows you don't need a fancy machine shop, you just need some basic metal working tools, good mechanical skills, and a little motivation. Thanks again!!! FIVE Stars!
This OWNS!!!! Brilliant!!!
Here is a link to video 3 in this series.<br/><a href="http://www.instructables.com/id/Electric_Car_Conversion_101_video_003/">http://www.instructables.com/id/Electric_Car_Conversion_101_video_003/</a><br/>

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