Mercedes-Benz Goes On The Alternative Fuel Road

By Automotive Staff | March 12, 2007
Sacha Deangeli and Mary Pawlek have a plan on how to promote the use of alternative fuels to power cars. They will drive across the country in their 1982 Mercedes-Benz 300DT to talk to the public about alternative fuels. And, to put their money where their mouth is (so to speak), the car will be fueled by vegetable oil. The duo are visiting schools in Wisconsin showing off the car and talking about the trip. Parents seem to like the idea and the kids are getting a kick out of it, too. The kids especially like the fact that the car’s exhaust smells like French Fries. Our take? As Homer Simpson would say, “ummmm, French Fries.” Via Channel3000
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jarellano
jarellano

we hope so, mb parts. it will be interesting to see mb's hybrid in 2010.

mbpartsblog
mbpartsblog

Looking for ways on how to minimize or at least find an alternative fuel is a good idea. With this, Mercedes 300D may captivate the attention of potential buyers with its impressive fuel economy, not to mention its good quality Mercedes 300D parts. This will also lessen the contribution of vehicles in the air pollution, in accordance with the clean air act.

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