What in the world’s come over US?
Tags: Alfa Romeo, business, car dealers, cars, Chrysler, Comet, Crossfire, Detroit, Economy, electric bill, Falcon, federal government, Fiat, Flint, Ford, Germany, Granholm, Hollywood, homeless, hydro power, jobs, lakes, Michigan, Michigan government, public transportation, tax, tax credits, Triumph GT6, unemployed, unemployment, water
What’s coming out of Detroit now that it may survive? Here are two cars that Fiat and Chrysler created. I believe that if given the chance, Detroit can produce some beautiful energy-efficient cars. Since my 5-speed 2003 Ford Focus got about 40 miles per gallon on the expressway, I’m going to have to say that they have been producing many energy-efficient cars. Do not expect all the construction workers to drive around in mini vehicles, sorry. If somebody needs a large vehicle for work, it’s their business. 2008 Alfa Romeo by Fiat, over $200,000 Can Dad afford it? Lucky; if not, take him on a little vacation, looks like Porto Fino, a beautiful video!
- 2008 Chrysler CrossfireCoupeLimited $60,000
Having lived in Germany, I say that we can save a lot of our natural resources and reduce our oil addiction with public transportation. Thank you, Jennifer Granholm; because of your tax credits, Hollywood is bringing movie studios here; one a couple miles from here to Allen Park, Michigan, if that’s still on. The federal government needs to see how we do it. Come to Michigan, we have water. And it’s raining now, I pray for it and I thank God for it. It is watering our crops and filling up our pristine lakes and rivers, not too high, please, and thank you. Yes, we have water; no no they can’t take that away from us, or can they? Speaking of rivers, we need to do what Wisconsin did, they harnessed the river’s power and turned it into hydro power. I went to visit my son, and he told me that his electric bill is so small that it is included in his rent. In the meantime, if you do not want to run a generator in a power outage, would like to save money on your energy bill, or would like to camp in a primitive area like I want to do on one of our beautiful lakes, you can build your own personal windmill and solar panels for under $200 each. Visit me on Twitter if you want to find out more about this. If you are a mom who likes to save money, a dad who likes to build and save, or if you are interested in doing a fund-raiser, click my link.
Udate, I found a picture of my own TR.
Have a blessed day!