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Sgt.Krohn
2007-04-11, 21:59
"Chevy" 789

Sits on a Corvette C6 chassis, front styled like a 57 Chevy, side like a 58, rear like a 59. Hence the designation "789". The price of a turnkey 789 is $135,000, well equipped with all Corvette standard equipment including the 400 horsepower aluminum block V8 engine.

http://www.n2amotors.com/index.htm

http://i19.tinypic.com/2cyms0j.jpg

SGT Rock
2007-04-11, 22:57
how much does it weigh?

Sgt.Krohn
2007-04-11, 23:24
A 2005 C6 Corvette weighs 3200# - I'm guessing within a few hundred pounds of that number ??

Frolicking Dino
2007-04-11, 23:40
Precious memories, how they linger....

SGT Rock
2007-04-12, 07:45
Too heavy for my pack

incognito
2007-04-12, 11:29
Has it been modified to burn ethanol 85?

How about nitrous oxide, hmmm!! wonder how we could apply that to a stove?:dontknow:

GGS
2007-04-13, 17:15
Has it been modified to burn ethanol 85?

How about nitrous oxide, hmmm!! wonder how we could apply that to a stove?:dontknow:

LOL! That would be interesting, I bet you could get some fantastic boil times using a stove with Nitrous Oxide!

This reminds me of a group of engineers at a picnic who got to brainstorming what was the fastest way to light a charcoal grill. After experimenting they found that they could start a charcoal grill in 2-3 seconds using liquid oxygen and an ignition source like a cigarette. The resulting 10,000 degree fireball vaporized the stamp steel grill they were using! :ahhhhh:

http://www.ambrosiasw.com/Ambrosia_Times/September_95/2.5HowTo.html

http://www.rickroot.com/blog/1/2005/02/How-To-Light-A-Charcoal-Grill.cfm