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Originally posted by ADVISOR
They will find a hospitable home in Michigan who will reclams it title of "Automobile Capitol of the World" and the Co will be foremost in automotives.
It's going to take some petrol based AA classes but I think it can be done. Considering the free and clean energy potentials, if taken advantage of, there won't be any competition.
Originally posted by St Udio
GM won't go bust....all those top execs. will collude and divvy up bonuses
for taking GM Finance 'private' (like rumor says Ford is about to do)
Originally posted by smallpeeps
GM needs to produce diesels. Small scale efficient diesels. This way Americans can grow their fuel (peanut, mustard, soybean... you choose your oil) and we can stop depending on the volatile mid-east producers.
Originally posted by Cug
If there is a major shift to using these fuels we are going to have problems.
Because of increased demand the prices will rise (you can forget about getting free oil from fast food places, they will sell it to the highest bidder) well over the $10.00 gallon mark most oils are at now.
The first known use of vegetable oil as fuel for a diesel engine was a demonstration of an engine built by the Otto company and designed to burn mineral oil, which was run off of pure peanut oil at the 1900 World's Fair. 1]