Some time in the 1960s I was working as publisher of a newspaper in the California desert.
Some time in the 1960s I was working as publisher of a newspaper in the California desert. Chrysler came approached me and, because I worked in the newspaper industry and especially because the paper was in the desert, they asked me to drive their experimental turbine car for a designated period of time.
The car was a real show stopper and received a lot of attention.
It made only a whooshing sound as it was a jet engine and would run on any alcohol fluid. We actually put a bottle of vodka in it and it ran.
After my run with it, I passed it on to the manager of Goldstone Tracking.
If they could do this in the 60s, why can’t they do it now?
— Patrick Dooley, Palm Desert CA1 comment