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Craig Vetter, designer, inventor, lecturer and writer.
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Updated Sep 1, 2014
A Vetter Owners Group. has been organized. Looks like fun. I don't have to do anything except check in once in a while to see what I can add. See you there.

Saturday, October 11, 2014 San Luis Obispo to Carmel, CA
Vetter Fuel Economy Challenge

Dates for the remainder of 2014

"Today, it is not about going faster... it is about living better and consuming less fuel"

Craig Vetter

"Where there is no vision, the people perish" Proverbs 29:18 King James Bible

updated Sep 1, 2014
Chapter 70: Other Streamliners under construction

Chapter 71: Making the seat back bulkhead

Suddenly, making the tail just got easy

Terry Hershner just did what almost nobody thought was possible:
He rode his Streamlined Electric Zero 172 miles
Without recharging along the way. The course was about 75 miles of interstate freeway at 70-80 MPH, 37 miles of straight back roads at 60-65 MPH, then some tight mountain roads. Over all the average speed was much higher than Ohio. My own streamlined Helix was on reserve at the end. Terry still had enough power to continue on to Salt Lake City to charge up at the Utah State Capitol!
See what happened