The Producer of Today's Tech News wrote: Now I would like to give you some background of
the car. The plans for the car were discovered in the appendix
of an unpublished manuscript by Conrad F. Cullin Jr. His previous
book, The Forbidden Stone of the Orinoco, although full of inventions
and humor didn't sell very well. So this manuscript was put on
hold until a proof reader, whose hobby was tinkering with mechanical
and electrical devices, came across the appendix with the plans
for a turbine powered car.
Thinking, "this thing just might work,"
he got permission to build a crude prototype of one of the turbines.
After several years and with some modifications from the original,
it was taken to Dr. Keith Klontz, president of Advanced Motor
Tech, a highly regarded expert on electric motors. Tests here
confirmed proof of concept and a patent has recently been applied
for regarding the successful new innovations.
The publishing company, after seeing
the progress that had been made and the increased interest in
the car is now going into publication of the manuscript and will
devote all profits from the sale of the book to future development
of the car.
If you are interested you will receive
a numbered, first edition, copy of the book and a certificate
to confirm that you are an initial participant on the development
of the car. If possible when the vehicle goes into production,
the publishing company will attempt to see that certificate holders
will have the first opportunity to purchase.
The list price of the book, which is
entitled "The Last Caldera" is $19.50, there is no shipping
or handling charge. Click the button below to order.
Thank you, your support is appreciated. The book is also available
on amazon kindle for $4.99. The
Last Caldera on Amazon Kindle