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I wanted to find a way to thank Ford and get my story out. I have a 94 Ford Taurus GL 3.0L engine. This vehicle is driven every day to and from work, its taken us on vacation the last 12 years and is our main mode of transportation. We have as of today 299,438 miles on it. The original engine and transmission! I was so impressed with this car that I purchased an identical 1995 Ford Taurus with 159,000 miles on it and it is still going strong!
I just want to say that no one put me up to this and I would like to personally thank Ford for making such a great and dependable product for me. My next purchase will definately be another Ford!

Thanks again,
George Wall

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steve Hi George, Just want to say that I share your thoughts. I have an 99 Taurus with over 310,000. No work done to it (engine,trans) and original exhaust. Being in the midwest with salt on the road. Still the car runs great. Built Ford Tough is in the cars as well. Steve Rabin
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Many electric cars talk about running on battery. They are limited in range by how long the battery will last, and some hybrids depend on gas motors when necessary to supplement battery power. My idea is to create a fully electric car with no need for a supplemental gas engine by using the battery only to start the car.there is going to be 2 gears that will attach with a generator.The generator would use the turning of the gears attached to the wheels motion within the car to operate it, and it would be built to generate sufficient power to operate the engine indefinitely as long as the car is moving, and also to recharge the battery as needed. This eliminates the need for large batteries or stopping after short distances to recharge the battery, and gives the car unlimited fuel.
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