Most of us have had a long-term love affair with an automobile. Perhaps we picked up out date in a car in our high-school days? Or maybe some were into high performance or custom cars? Those were the good old days and we miss them. Modern cars are getting smaller and look so boxy. There is nothing more beautiful, on four wheels, than a sports car like the one in this page.
The Rossi E-Cats will be able to power the cars in our near future. With the abundance of energy produced by the E-Cat, there is no need to make cars so small and light. Average size cars could become popular again. And the cost of operating a motor vehicle will be very low. We could afford to drive on long trips/vacations
E-Cat cars could be powered by steam or electric engines. A steam powered car could use the new Cyclone Engine, produced by Cyclone Power Technologies of Pompano Beach, Florida. This fantastic engine is very efficient and is available now for purchase and installation. For an electric powered car, the motor and equipment is also available and one could use an electric car, like the one above, that was manufactured for electric power. If you replace the large battery system, there is ample room for a Rossi E-Cat Reactor and either a Thermoelectric Generator (TEG) or a steam turbine to generate the electricity for the car.
There is one problem with electric cars; they are so quiet! If a pedestrian is not looking and cannot hear the approach, he/she could step right in front of this vehicle. Perhaps the manufacturer could build a sound generator that could be used by the car owner when in a residential area. The generator could be adjusted for volume and type of sound. That sound could be similar to the old high performance/duel-pipe muscle cars!
An independent inventor could use just about anything, dune buggy, etc., to build ‘the first Cold Fusion powered car’ and enter into the Guinness Book of World Records! How great that would be, especially if there is a Grand Prize to go along with that! So, don’t let this opportunity pass you by, start planning your project! For tips from some experts see the following: