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Over 100 years ago Henry Ford stirred the imagination of the world by making the first Model T to run on any combination of gasoline or alcohol. Henry Ford's visionary concerns about urban air quality and the economic impact of high oil imports have become a reality - and so did his first dream to have cars run on renewable, clean burning, domestic ethanol. Ford, General Motors, Chrysler-Daimler and Toyota have manufactured millions of flexible fuel vehicles (FFVs) that are NOW available though their dealership networks. Learn more about their availability and technical performance.

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Date Of Record Release 2008-06-13 15:42:11
Description Over 100 years ago Henry Ford stirred the imagination of the world by making the first Model T to run on any combination of gasoline or alcohol. Henry Ford's visionary concerns about urban air quality and the economic impact of high oil imports have become a reality - and so did his first dream to have cars run on renewable, clean burning, domestic ethanol. Ford, General Motors, Chrysler-Daimler and Toyota have manufactured millions of flexible fuel vehicles (FFVs) that are NOW available though their dealership networks. Learn more about their availability and technical performance.
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Source Clean Fuels Foundation. Ethanol Across America
Selector Jund
Date Of Record Creation 2008-06-13 15:37:08
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Date Last Modified 2008-06-13 15:42:11
Language English
Date Record Checked: 2008-06-13 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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