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Old 03-17-2009, 08:24 PM   #16
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Well shows either how dumb I am or what a car nut I am...LOL
I can help with that old MBZ request tell me how much you want to spend.
My friend thats driving the 1980 300SD conversion has a couple that he might sell that are yet to be converted. I think they are both 300D's.
I drive a 1989 560SEC and my concession to green is I rarely ever drive it just looks good in the carport..LOL


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Old 03-25-2009, 04:18 PM   #17
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hey faucetman,
sorry for the delay. i was swapping out my old harddrive for a new one in my powerbook and was out of commission for a few days. I'll let you know when I get to a point on taking on a conversion project, I'm kind of up to my eyeballs in the house and other stuff right now. thanks for the tip! How are things in ATL? Oh and by the way just so this is on topic with this thread, I just finished putting up Hardieplank siding on my carport to garage conversion. It's a non toxic, "green" siding. It's pretty awesome stuff. Messed up a couple planks before I got the feel, but once I did it was a piece of cake. Great stuff!
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Old 03-25-2009, 05:22 PM   #18
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I'm in....near future plans include a batch type solar water heater for preheating the water to my HWOD unit.

Future dreams include an A framed building with the entire south roof face sporting PV, solar water support, and a vertical axis wind generator on the peak of the roof. Here's hoping that the government will consider additional tax incentives for INDIVIDUALS who are contemplating "green" could make the difference on this project, I think!



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