Hal and Nora's 40 ft class "A" motorcoach, powered by a 5.9 liter 24 valve Turbo Diesel Cummins. Hal ordered the custom tank and kit from greasecar and drove to the Upper Peninsula where Randall Webber did the conversion and also added 310 watts of solar power. Hals 70 gallon veggie tank was installed by digging a "pit" and driving the motorcoach over it ( this was Nora's idea) everything went smoothly, Hal emptied all of Randall's reserve veggie ( 55 gallons).
Lou Preston's Winery 'Preston Vineyards' owns a whole family of Greasecars. The cast of characters is a 2002 VW Jetta, a 1960 Mercedes 190D, a 2002 Landini Crawler Tractor and 1995 Kubota 4WD tractor. All are outfitted with Greasecar conversion systems. The tractors work the vinyard land and turn out a number of wine's as well as olive oil, all farmed organically. Visit the website..
Jay installed his kit in July of 2004, logged 1,000 greasemiles cruising the east coast then took off for southern California, driving coast to coast on grease. Jay picked up some rancid grease in the Nevada desert, and when he noticed poor performance he drained his tank and took a little time to hit the casino's. He now has over 4,500 miles logged. Look for him out west.
The picture shows our two greasecars; Grayce is sitting on the '99 Dodge, which was converted this summer. The '02 Jetta was converted almost three years ago and has run 80,000 miles on grease. Bolstered by all this grease success, we are now heating and producing hot water for our office/warehouse next door. (The house in the picture is heated by wood.) And we are anxiously awaiting the introduction of the Greasecar Jeep conversion kit.