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    Leonard Shepherd
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  • #2
    Why didn't he just slide the roof open, and put the whole contraption in the back?

    Matthew Burnette
    Hazlehurst, GA


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    • #3
      Somebody hide the OSHA man! I wonder how his economy would have improved with an 8 foot Aeromotor rig?

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      • #4
        quote:Why didn't he just slide the roof open, and put the whole contraption in the back?
        Especially since a trailer pushing the wagon will jackknife when he hits the brakes!

        Chris Pile
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        • #5
          Details, details.

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          • #6
            Now a real CASO will tell you that shortly after this photo hit the papers, a couple of guys from GM pulled up to his place in a nice new Buick. They offered him $100,000 for his invention.
            Jacob took the money and moved to Florida...after promising to NEVER discuss the matter again. His prototype and all papers were turned over to GM.

            You know, GM then "shelved" the invention...afraid that such a technology breakthrough would ruin the auto industry. Just like they did with the 100 mpg carb and the Hudson that was modified by an old guy in Kentucky (or was it Carolina?) to run on water.

            At least that's the story told by the guys down at the gas station.

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            • #7
              TOO FUNNY!



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