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How everyone can afford to own a brand new, self-charging, all-electric car.

Even the 2003 Chevrolet SS Concept Car can easily be made into an all-electric car.

If you’ve ever wanted to own an all-electric car but couldn’t afford the hefty price tag now you can.  The reasons for wanting to own an electric car are many but the number 1 reason is that electric car owners will never need to buy another drop of oil, gasoline, natural gas, propane, water or fuel of any kind.

Today, in 2012, everyone can own an electric car and pay $thousands less than any limited production all-electric or electric hybrid car. How? You can buy and use any brand new 2012 gasoline fueled GM, Ford or Chrysler mid size or compact car and easily convert it into an all-electric car.   Simply remove the gas combustion engine and all combustion engine related parts from the brand new and mass produced Big 3 automaker car and install a brand new electric motor.

The new 2012 Honda CR Z can also be easily converted into an all-electric sports car.

If you don’t like driving an American built car you can also use your favorite Honda, Toyota or other favorite import car.  To recover some of the money you paid out for the new car, you can sell those removed parts to any auto parts salvage yard or retailer. Using the money from the sale of those parts you can buy a brand new electric motor, all of the necessary electrical parts and even pay for the labor to convert the vehicle. In the end you will have an all-electric car that is $thousands less than any electric car sold today.

The technology is here and now to get the World permanently off oil. The technology exists today to stop global warming, to end and prevent oil wars, to stop destroying the environment, to stop rising food prices, to stop cancer and disease, to stop corruption and to stop the enslavement of mankind? The technology has existed for the past 100 years. The picture in the far right column is proof of this. Thomas Edison is pictured sitting in his 1914 electric car.

I will demonstrate this summer that anyone can build an electric car that never needs a drop of oil, gasoline, natural gas, propane, water or fuel of any kind. I will convert a gas combustion vehicle into a 0 emissions electric vehicle. This vehicle will never need to be plugged in. This vehicle will be able to drive for hours and hundreds of miles.  The technology exists today to both power and recharge any and every electric car.   Today an all-electric car can be built that can recharge itself while driving and even while parked. So if you use your vehicle only to go to work, school, shopping or play this technology will mean that you will never have to pay for fuel or hydro electric power again.

 

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  1. Thomas Edison spent $3.5 million between 1903 and 1910 perfecting his nickel iron battery. It was half the weight of lead acid batteries and had twice the energy density. His electric cars were demonstrably superior to the competition that were powered at the time by what we today know as Exide batteries. Thomas Edison’s nickel iron battery was used as the energy source for the Detroit Electric and Baker Electric vehicles. A 50 volt nickel–iron battery was the main power supply in the World War II German V2 rocket.

    Edison’s batteries were made from about 1903 to 1972 by the Edison Storage Battery Company in East Orange, NJ. They were quite profitable for the company. In 1972 the battery company was sold to the Exide Battery Corporation, which discontinued making the battery in 1975.

    Edison developed the nickel–iron battery to be the battery of choice for electric vehicles which were the preferred transportation mode in the early 1900s. Edison’s batteries had a significantly higher energy density than the lead–acid batteries in use at the time, and could be charged in half the time,

    History has recorded that the electric car was built years before the gasoline combustion engine car. Electric automobiles held many speed and distance records. Among the most notable of these records was the breaking of the 100 km/h (62 mph) speed barrier, by Camille Jenatzy on April 29, 1899 in his ‘rocket-shaped’ electric vehicle Jamais Contente, which reached a top speed of 105.88 km/h (65.79 mph). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Jamais_Contente

    Two years earlier, in 1897, electric vehicles found their first commercial application in the U.S. as a fleet of electrical New York City taxis, built by the Electric Carriage and Wagon Company of Philadelphia.

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