Build Your Own Electric Vehicle

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TAB Books, 1994 - Crafts & Hobbies - 310 pages
2 Reviews
Discusses the benefits of electric vehicles and includes step-by-step instructions for converting a Ford Ranger pickup into an electric vehicle

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User Review  - John_Hardy - LibraryThing

This is Leitman's update of Bob Brant's original 1993 book. I have read both. Like the original book it suffered from excessive tree-hugging. I read the book for an insight into electric vehicles, not ... Read full review

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User Review  - John_Hardy - LibraryThing

This review covers the 1993 edition [an updated edition is due in late 2008 according to my local library]. The book is mixed - good in parts, not so good in others. I found that the explanation of ... Read full review

Contents

The big players are now in the act
12
Greenhouse effect
29
Toxic air pollution
32
Copyright

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Seth Leitman, (Briarcliff Manor, NY) is currently President and Managing Member of the ETS Energy Store, LCC, which provides energy efficiency, electric transportation and organic, natural, and sustainable products for business and home use (from energ-efficient bulbs to electric vehicle conversion referrals). Previously, he worked for the New York State Power Authority and the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, where he helped develop, market, and manage electric and hybrid vehicle programs serving New York State and the New York metropolitan area. Seth is the consulting editor for a series of upcoming titles called the "Green Guru Guides," which focus on implementing environmentally friendly technologies and making them work for you.

Bob Brant was the forward-thinking author of the now classic first edition of "Build Your Own Electric Vehicle

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