Gallery: Prized ’72 Hydrogen-Fueled Gremlin for Sale on eBay

 

In 1972, 64 teams of university students competed to design the greenest vehicle in the Urban Vehicle Design Challenge. This was the cream of the crop — a 1972 mustard yellow Gremlin that runs on nothing more than hydrogen. The car won the competition because of its clean emissions and now could be yours — it’s for sale on eBay. The Gremlin has been showcased in several museums and is one of the first hydrogen-run vehicles ever made.

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4 Comments

  1. Armida Eadie March 21, 2011 at 8:12 am

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  2. Cadell October 8, 2010 at 5:04 am

    This article really helped me decide what I am going to buy. Thanks again.

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  4. bobpseudo May 28, 2010 at 1:51 pm

    \”…if these students could create a working hydrogen vehicle in the early 1970s one would think we’d have them all over the place by 2010. If you want a hydrogen car now, it’s probably easier to bid for this one on eBay than to look for a shiny new one.\”

    I wish this was the reality of the matter and not just another tried and true method that was left by the wayside. Afterall, great business people are adaptable just as resources can be… I am sure we can find another method to sustain fossil fuel comsumption to a profitable level.

    Green Design Needs to Save the World!

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