Car Feature: 1963 Chrysler Turbine Car
|The styling in the rear has obvious styling cues borrowed from Jet aircraft of the time. Note the non-functional Afterburners.|
|This, Chrysler's 4th-generation Turbine engine, was a true flexible-fuel vehicle, with the ability to run on Diesel, Gasoline, Kerosene, Jet fuel, Vegetable oil, even Tequila.|
|Dubbed the "A831", this engine ran up to 44,500 RPM's, and made about 130hp. (Photo Credit)|
|The interior had more features inspired by Jet engines. Note the transmission tunnel. This car was one of my favorites at the Gilmore Car Museum.|
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