Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2006 09:14:03 -0800
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From: Pensioner <al_knoll@PACBELL.NET>
Subject: Re: vanagon Digest - 11 Mar 2006 - Special issue (#2006-215)
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Date: Sat, 11 Mar 2006 15:27:05 -0800
From: Anthony Egeln <regnsuzanne@YAHOO.COM>
Subject: Re: Diesel Conversions
OK....I'm converting my wasserboxer to flex fuel, and building a still in my
back yard! As soon as the cellulose eating enzymes are available, I'll be
able to run my syncro on alcohol distilled from the lawn clippings from the
neighborhood! I'll heat my still with solar power and be green and
independent. It may sound silly but the technology is already here. Just
takes work and imagination.
Hi Anthony, if I give you a continuous supply of potato peelings could you
still up some for me. I prefer the potato peelings or soured fermented
'Build your fire with hickory. Hickory ash and oak. Don't use no pine or
rotten wood they'll get you by the smoke'' Apolgies to Joan Baez version of
If this is a continuous still then we could use old grape must and produce a
fine grappa. However the revenue and taxation boys from ATF may take some
Please describe the process a bit more. Is this to be a batch or continuous
distillation? Small scale of course especially if solar will be used to
heat via electricity.
"Let freedom ring" Damn the numbers, full speed ahead!
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