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An ingenious team of mechanics at Electric Classic Cars restores, rebuilds and converts classics into electric dream cars for future generations.

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When a Lancia Fulvia arrives at the workshop, Moggy and his team attempt to convert the much-loved classic without ruining its famously agile handling.
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Moggy can't ride a motorbike, but that doesn't stop him from thinking he can convert one to electric power; the team may have bitten off more than they can chew when a Royal Enfield donor bike arrives at the workshop.
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The Land Rover Defender poses a whole new challenge for Moggy and his team, as they look for ways to maximize the car's power and range, while keeping its four-wheel-drive capability.
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When a 1960s MG Midget arrives at the workshop mid-restoration, Moggy and his team quickly realize they have a huge job on their hands, and that's before they even start on the electric conversion.
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A Ferrari that's had its engine stolen provides the perfect opportunity for Moggy and his team to convert their second 308 GTS, but converting a classic Ferrari to electric power is always going to be contentious.
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A baby BMW's owner wants to take his basic Beemer and turn it into an electric homage to the wild 2002 Turbo, but the car is just a shell and Moggy and his team have their work cut out for them.
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The mission this time is do what Porsche would have done if they were building electric sports cars in the 1970s; Moggy and his team pull out all the stops to create the ultimate electric Porsche 914.
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The Karmann Ghia looks beautiful, but it never went as fast as it looked; Moggy and his team have been asked to convert the vehicle to electric power, but must give it the performance it deserves without ruining the classic driving experience.
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The team struggles to find space inside a tiny Fiat 500 to turn it into a perfect electric city car.
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Boss of Chesil brings a classic Speedster to the workshop, but he may want a whole production run of electric Chesils; it's a huge opportunity for Moggy, but the pressure is on, and there will be no second chances.

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