sedan. Monday , August 28th , 2017 - 19:40:00 PM
Having been around for generations, pedal cars must be one of the most popular toys to stand the test of time. There have been lots of advancements with ride on toys but it is amazing how some of the pedal cars are the same as the ones that were popular over sixty years ago, there are not many products that could claim that lifespan, and still be going strong.
By the time World War II struck in 1939, car production took a dive. The 12/70, Silver Crest, Speed 25, and 4.3 Litre models resumed production into the beginning of 1940, but during the war, a German Luftwaffe raid seriously damaged the car factory in Coventry. The remaining years of the war saw a suspension in car production until the later part of 1946. After the war, Alvis cars resumed production and introduced the TA14, a four-cylinder model based upon the pre-war 12/70 model. The automobile was solid, reliable, and visually attractive.
Hydrogen for cars is not a new concept, in fact it has been around for a long time, but due to pressure from the big oil companies it has been suppressed and kept out of the public eye. People have been making homemade Hydrogen Generators for their cars and trucks for years with great results. Now because of the latest oil crisis the technology has had resurgence and has come on in leaps and bounds. This technology has come so far in the past few years that it is now possible for anyone to make a Hydrogen Generator cheaply and easily.
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