My luck continued to hold as both Mike and Shari were home. They were sure surprised to see me and Mike said I should have called ahead first. I explained that I had been calling and emailing for several weeks with no response, so I was here to take whatever parts were ready. They both went to work around the shop and in a couple of storage bins to pull the parts together. Mike was very helpful, helping me cross-check the parts and showed me how to use the rivnut tool. He said at one point "We once had 7 people working here, now it's just the two of us and a drunk". Hmmm.
After about 3 hours of searching, my truck was loaded up with:Warp 9 motor, transmission adapter plate and spacer, potbox, several mounting pieces, gauges, battery frames & holders (but not the Allthread rods), fans and vent piping, Noalox, grease, transmission fluid, bolts & nuts and some electrical connectors.
So that leaves me still waiting for: Curtis controller, contactor, DC/DC converter, circuit breaker, Zivan charger, Allthread rods, all suspension components, cable, battery lugs, battery interconnect straps, crimpers, engine loom, relays, high current terminal blocks, fuse block, battery box weatherstripping and hood pins. Shari couldn't tell me if the big expensive parts had even been ordered, and only spoke to me and made eye contact once during my whole visit, saying she would check on the remaining parts.
Luckily I can get started and make good progress while waiting for the other parts.
An alternative exists for me to get the controller, contactor, circuit breaker, DC/DC converter, charger and 2/0 cable. I met a man at the Alternative Car Show at Hearst Castle about a month ago, and he bought a kit from ElectroAuto about 3 years ago for a VW Bus but never did the conversion. I've emailed Shari and asked if she hasn't ordered these parts, to return my money for them and I'll buy them from this guy. We'll see if she responds...
So here are the pictures of the parts!