I'm gonna start making my horses wear diapers so I can sell that piss to all the guys who drive new diesels. Meanwhile my 6.0 will stay on the road for a long time.Urea is horse piss and water.
HAHA. My dad had one of those! A 1981 Olds Toronado. What a car! He maintains that the only vehicle he's ever driven that he liked more is his 2012 F250 KR. That's saying a lot considering he's logged over 6 million miles behind a wheel professionally and probably another 3 or 4 million in cars and pickup trucks since he started driving. I've never owned a car but I drove that one a good bit and it was nice. No problems ever but my dad decided to stop pushing his luck and traded it in on a Ford Taurus in about '87 I think. A real step down it seemed!Thing is diesels already burn cleaner than gassers. Diesels just make so much more sense than gassers, that's why half the cars sold in Europe are diesel. US car manufactures believe Americans won't buy diesels because of the debacle when GM tried to make a diesel out of the 350 motor after the 73 gas crisis. So they don't even try to educate the population about the benefits of going diesel.
Some guy invented a carburetor that ran on water back in the 70's. they ruined that mans life and he killed himself.I've got 156k miles so far, since NOV04. I intend to keep her. Too good a worker, and the little maintanance issues that crop up, well; thats what this forums' for. If only we can come up with a hydrogen powerplant, and exhaust only water vapor! Plenty of torque, and it would make the drunk driving a self-correcting problem (terrible collateral damage, tho)!
Seriously, the way these idiots come up with laws, standards and such, it just won't sustain itself. No way to regulate/enforce it all. Especially when, as been previously posted, all the 'producers' leave the once-golden state.
I do like bio diesel, too.