Modify A Toyota Celica to All Electric (no gasoline engine)

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Asked by May 29, 2008 at 06:24 AM about the Toyota Celica

Question type: Car Customization

Is it possible to modify a Toyota Celica to be all electric. How would I do this, or where could I go to find out? How Much would it cost (including tools)? I don't own one, but I am thinking about getting a more recent model(2000-?)
to modify for my first car.

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Good luck. Do you have lots of money and another car to use while you work on this one?

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Its still a concept, and I can use public transportation, so second car isn't needed. I have time to save up. I wanted to be able to compare the cost of a gas powered car to a modified all-electric car. Thanks.

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