Alrighty everyone, today I want to know what everyone's dream car is!
When I was younger, my dad drove a Jeep Wrangler, and until I was probably 20 my dream car was a Yellow Jeep Wrangler with a soft-top, a 6-inch lift, and a soundbar. I had that vision allllll planned out
Nowadays, I'd say that my dream car would be a Tesla Roadster. They just look so slick and cool!
Share your dream rides below!
Welcome to the community, @Wakefield17! Now that you mention it, I do kinda miss having a truck or an SUV. Driving in a little car again feels so itty-bitty lol
My dream car changes all the time ,,,,,,,,but i would have to say the pickup i really would like to have is a stock 1968 chevy stepside,short wheel base ,with a chevy 250 motor,,,,,i had one ,,,i sold it in 1992,,,i put 365 thousand miles on it while i had it,,lot of driving back and forth from wa to tx,,,,,and lots of dallas driving,,,,,great truck ,,,comfortable ride for an older truck,,,coil springs front and back ,,,,standard transmission on the column.
A vehicle that runs on water is called a steam vehicle, which was popluar in the late 1800's to the early 1900's.
The Tata Airpod (runs on compressed air) has been in development for about 10 years, and will be available within the next few years.
You can convert a vehicle to run on methane gas, which you can harvest yourself with humane&animal waste/compost/food waste/grass cuttings. In fact, can you make a methane gas digester/collector/filter for under $10K to support a family of 4 on a homestead (electricity via a methane fed generator), off the grid. I have helped 7 homesteaders on such on task over the years.