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Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Wordless Wednesday: Fuel Efficient Transportation

Vehicles modified to be electrically powered.

12 comments:

Nancy said...

Excellent photos! Now...we need more of these vehicles on the street!

Keith said...

The future is now by necessity. Great pics.

Villager said...

Happy WW! I visited Alaska back in the day. One of the things that amazed me were the electric outlets, built and erected like parking meters, all over the city (Anchorage). They need the electrical outlets for their car in order to keep engines warm in the sub-zero weather. I wonder if we will have those electrical outlets on our streets in the Lower 48 now?

Thanx for your earlier visit! I invite your blog readers to see why Jenny Craig is a multi-millionaire on my WW-post this week. I gotta go do some sit-ups...

peace, Villager

Mojo said...

Very green. And completely gonna wreck the handling balance of that Porsche 914. On the up side, it probably solves the problem the 914 had with battery compartment fires.

Gattina said...

That would be an excellent idea !!

jams o donnell said...

It's an excellent idea and that's for sure

Black on Campus said...

How I would love to own an electric car. I've been looking at Smart Cars, but a gas-free automobile is really my dream

SandyCarlson said...

Most excellent! Your blog gives me hope.

ShAĆ© - ShAĆ© said...

Nice! I need an electric car. :-)

freemanpress said...

I hope it happens! Why can't them make it run on water so I can get it from the tap. Can we make a steam engine for a car we did it for trains?

The Right Blue said...

One day we'll all have fuel efficient transportation, and that day can't come soon enough.

Mitch said...

I've been seeing an orange VW Bug in Lot Q at UMSL (Stadler Faculty Lot) with a bumper sticker claiming to be electric. Not to mention the half-dozen Priuses (Priui?) parked there.

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