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Sounds cool...hope I get to see one firsthand someday.
Didn't the Feds blast our auto industry for NOT bringing forth high gas mileage cars quickly enough? HMMMMM things are more complicated than a sound bite once again :)
I wish I could afford one.
A one hundred dollar bill is no longer what it was. Just like a million dollars in the mid 50-s is not what it is now. Why do we not use or issue a new $250.00 bill? We use to have ten thousand dollar bills and five thousand dollar bills in the 1920-s. Just like we use to have gold certificates that you could take it to any bank and cash it in for real gold. Do you note the one thing that goes on forever? The losing valuation that we have. With inflation in the future, a one hundred dollar bill may buy a sack of grocery's and nothing else.
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