Back To The Future?

This article makes my heart happy.  I'm an old motor-head who loves classic cars who finds himself at  odds with a love of engineering and tech.  I think I've found the perfect solution.  This post by Andrew Collins at Jalopnik is a great read.


Jonathan Ward's Icon 1949 Mercury Has The Heart Of A Tesla

It came to me in the wide, swishy passenger seat of Jonathan Ward’s 1949 Mercury hot rod. All the right smells were imprinting the moment we rolled through industrial Chatsworth, California. Sun-heated steel from the dash; stretched leather; a vague tinge of nicotine on Ward’s jacket. One thing was missing, though: gasoline. The car wasn’t burning any.
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