Homemade 105 MPG car

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Homemade 105 MPG car

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Jory Squibb made his own 105 mile per gallon car – “Moonbeam is 79″ long, 52″ wide, and 56″ high. It is made from a 1987 Honda Elite 150 motorscooter in excellent condition and another 1984 Elite 125 parts bike. It weighs 386 pounds unloaded. It cost $2339 in materials and 1000 hours of labor. The front tires have a 40″ spacing and a 56″ wheelbase. The tires are 3.50-10 and 4.00-10 on the rear. The car goes 53 MPH on the level, but I find that speed worrysome.” [via] – Link.

4 thoughts on “Homemade 105 MPG car

  1. Ratteler says:

    Is it Road legal in the States? I need new car. :-)

  2. theRIAA says:

    “Teenage daughter is heading for school.”

    tasty…

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