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Old 03-04-2013, 08:58 PM
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I like the way you think. A "prehistoric" M3 will be at the top of my list as well when they become obsolete during the Eco Revolution.
We just have to find a way to get some gasoline to feed our politically incorrect, and aging beauties. I figure the Gulf states, and the rest of the petroleum producing countries, will still want to sell the Dino-juice long after the rest of the world is running on fermented Kiwi husks and cow farts.

I envision an illicit fuel trade where tanker trucks slip through the darkness to make back-alley fuel stops for cash only customers.


If I have to use the black market to feed my horsepower habit so be it.
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We just have to find a way to get some gasoline to feed our politically incorrect, and aging beauties. I figure the Gulf states, and the rest of the petroleum producing countries, will still want to sell the Dino-juice long after the rest of the world is running on fermented Kiwi husks and cow farts.

I envision an illicit fuel trade where tanker trucks slip through the darkness to make back-alley fuel stops for cash only customers.


If I have to use the black market to feed my horsepower habit so be it.
I'm hoping that they find some sort of cheap way to manufacture a synthetic hydrocarbons
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I'm hoping that they find some sort of cheap way to manufacture a synthetic hydrocarbons
That will probably be an option someday but right now there is plenty of oil in the ground so gasoline will be around for a long time, probably 50 years or more.


I would actually welcome widespread acceptance of electric vehicles hoping that this would reduce demand for gasoline thus lowering the price.
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