Electric Auto Association
East (SF) Bay EAA Chapter

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Zero Emission Vehicles - for today's practical, fun, environmentally-friendly driving

Chapter Members EVs:

Listed in the EV Album, members of EBEAA or other EAA Chapters, in the East Bay region:
Ed Thorpe's Fiat X1/9

Scott Ruck's Electric Sportboat

Gary Hongista's Supra

1974 Fiat X1/9
1973 Super Sidewinder
1984 Toyota Supra

Richard Jesch's VW Rabbit

Vijay's MGB Doug Brentlinger's Rampage
1981 Volkswagen Rabbit Pickup
1979 MG MGB
1982 Dodge Rampage
Mark Bennett's Falcon Robert MacConnell's Electravan Paul Master's Cota

1963 Ford Falcon

1981 Jet Electravan 600

2000 Montesa Cota 315A

David Gaylord's Electric Train Gint Gederas's Ranger Micah's Mazda RX7

7.5" Gauge Train Car

1999 Ford Ranger EV

1985 Mazda RX7

Tom & Jackie Keenan's Comutacar

Henry Herndon's Miata Gino Roth's Fiero

1976 Citicar

1994 Mazda Miata

1987 Pontiac Fiero

Eric Tischer's Passat Tom Sepe's Goat Doug Coleman's MR2

2001 Volkswagen Passat

1967 Tote Goat

1988 Toyota MR2

Andy Schank's Trek electric Ken Chiang's MR2 Any Schank's Scooter

Electric Trek 950

1986 Toyota MR2

2006 Lashout Scooter

KO's Volkswagen Fastback Zach Radding's Lamborghini Kit Andy Schank's Westwood

1968 Volkswagen Fastback

2000 Lamborghini Diablo

2001 KHS Westwood

 
     

Will expand as members list their EVs with the EValbum. Over 3420 EVs of all types listed - cars, trucks, bicycles, scooters, trackers, production and conversions, even racers and unique creations. The Album is a free service (although donations accepted) of the Mid America EAA Chapter in Kansas.

On-Road Electric Vehicle Inventory. This is tracking EVs in North America. If your EV isn't listed, please contact the webmaster of that site to add your vehicle. Sites like this help to support our cause, that EVs are hard to find (since automakers refuse to build them), but those that have been built or converted provide dependable transportation.  

www.eaaev.org

The EAA is a non-profit organization for the promotion of clean, quiet electric vehicles (EVs) for personal transportation. Check for the EAA Chapter near you on the National EAA page: http://www.eaaev.org/

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