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    So they moved the first move to 12/12/19 and I had to sign off video and film rights to the Smithsonian, seems they have their own TV channel but hopefully they will let me get a pic or two ?? first move is the Douglas World Cruiser from 1924 The Chicago was one of the first planes to fly around the world.
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    Great looking black R tractor with the Trail King and the orange B61 dump!
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    What do I think of it? I am trying not to.
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    Looks like crap, you're still burning coal or nuclear energy to move it, then when the batteries shit the bed you have to handle that environmental disposal headache and pay 25 grand for a new set of batteries. You can't road trip in it because gas stations aren't "electric" stations. Tesla's are just liberal status items, so you can tell your friends you have more blow money than them and that you are pioneering the environmental electric/automated car movement.
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    Kemp's Reo model 31 and a Diamond, White 3000, two Autocar COE's and a Mack LJSWX dump truck
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    Enjoyed the pictures. Looks like a good project and it appears you have a pretty good setup to make it happen. I'll keep an eye out for an EEU.
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    3 years ago I was at a Rotary lunch function and the guest speaker was 1 of Australia's (now deceased) most respected motoring journalist. After he finished his talk about motor car industry he was asked his opinion of electric cars. He said that the future is hydrogen powered vehicles, not electric. He also said that he had recently returned from Japan test driving 1 company's (he did not name the company) new prototype cars which were not electric. A few months later without any fanfare Toyota brought 3 Camry's to Australia powered by hydrogen for testing. The Australian federal government is considering/investigating hydrogen production for export and local use. I also have read that there are a number of hydrogen trials powering public transport buses and other vehicles, with existing engines. If hydrogen does progress and cost effective and practical conversion kits are made for existing engines, petrol and diesel, millions of cars and trucks will continue to be used with reduced emissions - a win win, especially for our Old Macks and they will be emissions compliant.
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    237 has piston coolers.... so does the endt673c and 673b
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    Takes more then turning screw in the pump. I would already have done my 237. You'll need turbo, injectors and intercooler.
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    I am intrigued by the torque ratings of the electric motors in this application but will not ever buy one.
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    Yeah, car, nice..........ok, so why is baby girl wearing a steel mesh bite-guard (spit guard?) over her mug? She have bad habits? Maybe Elon designed a faraday cage for her face in case the car tries to fry them like a giant microwave oven?
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    it uses glitter and rainbow unicorn vomit that you can only get from tesla.
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    i think it looks like something my nephews two year old son drew last week.
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    Me????? I think their hideous and don’t really care for electric cars .... I also heard nobody excepts the old batteries nowhere to get rid of them ....bob
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    If it don’t blow smoke, I don’t want it, and that even comes down the lawn equipment. Ooo, and I like to be in control so I’ll drive it myself. If it’s man made, it will fail. When it does, it’ll be bad...
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