Here I will set out the rough cost of an EV conversion with mainly new parts (Not from China) if you are using your manual gearbox. Not including labour*Depending on the carController & Motor ..... NetGain HyPer9 AC Motor (120HP 220NM Torque) X1 Controller Kit £4220 Gearbox Adaptor .... Depending on application £850 upwardsMotor mount ..... Circa £100 Cooling for controller ..... £350Throttle ...... £200DC to DC converter ...... £320Battery disconnect ..... £100Battery box ....... Depending on your own skills circa £400Charger 6.6KW....... £1350Charge Port Type 2 ....... £300Instrumentation .... Fuses ...... £150Wire ....... £100Misc ...... £1500Brake vacuum Pump £250*Electric Power steering pump £50 (Used Vauxhall)*Heater 3KW ...... £150Total not including batteries £10390Battery options:For a decent power and range you need to budget at least £4000 for new Lithium Ion batteriesYou can go much cheaper with Lead batteries; however they are heavy, big, with less power and range.You can go the used route with Nissan Leaf battery Packs (24KW , 30KW, 40KW)Alternatively Tesla used batteries. Hard to find and need cooling.Other battery options are available.So realistically if you want over 100 miles range with a half decent power its £15,000 and you need to factor in the cost of a donor vehicle unless you already have one.Of course you can sell the ICE parts not needed on the car so there is some money to reduce the cost.I hope this helps, and if anyone finds some good deals out there on the list above please let us all know.