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Ken Engelman

Can you make the award retroactive? Here's a Guiness record setter.

A chop-top, steel-frame 1959 Opel T-1 got 376.59 mpg in a 1973 Shell oil sponsored contest.

Go to: http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/local/351903_needle20.html

Lil John

Just found this site after a little research from an email I received about one of the cars in the contest. I applaud Progressive for sponsoring this.

diakite mamadou b

searching tech science .thank you american progressive xprize for your powerful tech science

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