- May 24, 2007
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1968 Dodge Powerwagon
(Title lists for a W-100 but it's far from it)
440 Balance and Blueprinted on Propane
Complete Rebuilt Transmission with B&M shift kit
36 Mickey Thompson with MT wheels
1900lb mile marker winch with separate battery and
Timing adjust in cab
Complete Roll Cage out of 440 Dom Steel
Headers with flow masters
All lights turn signals etc work
Fog lights on roll bar
Please email me for interests or questions
Cashiers check or cash only no personal checks.
$23,500 OBO no trades
2012 CHEVROLET 2500HD 4X4 4 DOOR, 6 SPEED AUTO OVERDRIVE, 6.0L VORTEC V-8 RUNS ON CNG ( COMPRESSED NATURAL GAS ) WHICH CAN BE AS LOW AS $0.80 PER GALLON WITH THE SAME GAS MILEAGE AS GASOLINE!!
WHEN THE CNG IS DEPLETED, THE SYSTEM "AUTO SWITCHES" BACK TO GASOLINE ON THE FLY. HUGE 20 GALLON CNG CYLINDER YIELDS ARE INCREDIBLE 280 MILES RANGE ON CNG.
THIS CNG SYSTEM UPFIT COSTS WELL OVER $10K........THE ALL COMPOSITE CNG CYLINDER ALONE COSTS $4500.00!
THE CNG FUEL SYSTEM CAN BE REMOVED IF NOT DESIRED; ALL FACTORY GASOLINE COMPONENTS ARE IN PLACE.
That's fucking awesome... Plus you'd like.. never have to change your oil again on CNGnatural gas conversion here [MENTION=60]greasy[/MENTION]
It's good for like big operations where trucks never leave site. Great for remote areas that getting fuel to isn't possible. So they set up a rig an drill and boom, fuelNot a fan/no benefit strictly due to the initial cost vs. savings on fuel? Or something else? I've always been interested in these systems.
I mean, you could kinda treat it in the same way as you would owning a Tesla... Especially with the "range extender" gasoline switch-over. Fill up at your home every few nights, and, if you were hitting the road and CNG/Propane would be out of the question, you can still run gasoline. Pretty cool IMO. I never really looked into these systems, but I was always under the impression that you had to dedicate the fuel system one way or another... Dual fuel makes it interesting to me.right, that or where they always wind up at the same place at the end of the day.
Drove one earlier this year, thought it was neat. The 2nd time I went to start it I forgot I needed to turn the key and hold until the green light lit...so I sat there in my driveway cranking it for a few extra seconds thinking WTF.Many Menards rental and GM trucks are propane, at least at stores with the filling station.