I got sick of paying $4 a gallon at the pump
So I got adventurous and purchased the information
on How-To convert my vehicle to run on Water.
Best $50 investment I ever made... it was quick and took no automotive
knowledge to do.
You can too!
<a href="http://t13prodigy.centemax.hop.clickbank.net /"
target="_top">Run Your Car On Water!!!</a>
I run a very large used engine and remanufactured engine website
www.GotEngines.com. I have been hearing a lot of people talk about
this when calling us, but I haven't heard of anyone actually using
it. I'm curious to see if anyone has had any success. I would assume
this would be all over the news and the leading manufacturers would've
been all over the concept, so this is most likely to good to be true.
The only reason I see this being a hidden possibilty is because I
recently watched a movie "Who Killed The Electric Car?". We've had
the capability to make electric vehicles for years...in fact, the
electric car came before the gas car. This movie really opened my
eyes to the bully oil area.
Why are you so critical -- I used to run my car on water every winter, while
perch-fishing on Tawas Bay, Lake Huron. Then after the ice melted in the
spring, I ran it on dry land. And I didn't even have to pay $50!
Do you wanna buy some gas line magnets and a cyclone for your car also
OOPS I forgot about that Slick-40 that my wife baught along with a
gallon of MOTOR MEDIC
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