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This Dalhousie University research engineer turned his 1971 Triumph Spitfire electric
Working in Dal's Renewable Energy Storage Lab has some benefits — especially if you're looking to convert your classic to an EV
“’70s British cars are famous both for their electric systems and for ‘marking their territory’ wherever they park,” Dalhousie University research engineer Nathaniel Pearre says.
Pearre acquired a 1971 Triumph Spitfire last year in Woodstock, New Brunswick, about 500 kilometres from his Halifax home. He’s now successfully swapped out all of the oily bits in exchange for a fully electric powertrain. Well, perhaps not all of the oily bits.
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