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List of conversion workshops in Australia

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Graeme Manietta will know for sure.
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francisco.shi wrote:
Tue, 22 Jan 2019, 12:47
I am looking for a certification engineer to certify my conversion.
Does any one know of any engineers in Qld?
Weber used David Blythe:
http://www.dbautotech.com.au/about-us
https://www.aeva.asn.au/forums/viewtopi ... 938#p45938
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Krayzie keegs wrote:
Tue, 21 Aug 2018, 17:35
:D I know it's been some time on this post. I am looking into starting a project in Point Cook Victoria. the goal is to convert my own car than open a shop of some degree as no one in the area has or is doing it.

feel for the market and funds will dictate

I am a mechanic turn electrician, now doing HV for the 600V DC tram network,
who do we still have in the area for parts, been looking at US market but we all know how that flys
Hey mate, Anything come of this yet?

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Are there any NSW EV conversion places still working in 2020?

Or are they all gone...

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memecode wrote:
Tue, 21 Jan 2020, 13:43
Are there any NSW EV conversion places still working in 2020?

Or are they all gone...
Geoff O'Toole in Mulgrave (GT Tooling)
And I think the EV Ecosystem around Warner's Bay is still active. Brett Sutherland, Jon Eggenhuzen et al.
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