you are right, it is not safety regulations. GM, Ford, and Chysler are
paying the right people more to keep the European cars off the US market
than the Europeans are to get them on. "he who has the most gold rules
the world" :bowtie:
Let's just go with ---- Of course there is a Top Secret military
installation somewhere in the desert referred to as Area 51. Where do you
think the SR-71 and the Stealth fighter and bombers were born?
actually it was developed throughout the country, my father worked on
the electronic devlopment aspect of the stealth project here in myrtle
beach, ( back when the base was open). talk about tight security, if
you were not part of CRS then you couldnt get anywhere near the shop.
whenever i ask a question about it now, all i get is "I CAN NEITHER
CONFIRM NOR DENY IT".
as for the fuel injection or carb. that gets 80 mpg. i know someone
who had something like that happen to him. he bought a new car from
ford back in like 99 or 2000, he drove it for 3 weeks, never had to
fill up the tank. he got a call from ford that asked him to bring the
car back. when he asked why they just told him they would pay him
double what he did, plus give him a new car. as for the myth i dont
know, but what i saw is, what i saw so take it as you like.
The SR71 was a Skunkworks project mainly, but I suppose some
components could have come from many places.
Your friend didn't happen to record the VIN of that vehicle did he?
Should be on old title records. Be interesting to run that VIN
against sources. Mind getting it and posting it here?
he has moved away, but i still get an emial from him every once and a
while, i will drop him a note tonight and see. the only part i really
remember was it looked like a escort but had a different front clip.
and the trunk was more squared. i still prefer a chevy! :bowtie:
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