Hawaii healthy SHTF 50 yold engines + Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

If SHTF you will ride in modern ambulance if you are lucky. Otherwise dead.

Prevent SHTF
Sell all cars TVs batteries….
Fly to Hawaii.
Live on beach
sun good food exercise clean air water.
Stay healthy.
Walk everywhere including VA or Queens Hospital.
No car
In stroke minutes matter.
Even seconds.
Position you sell in great environment far from most problems with good medical care available if SHTF.

JOHN wrote:
>
> True Ron, My ’69 F100 is close but it’s a V8. If they could be converted to a magneto ignition it would be even better. I jad a nice ’69 Ford Custom 2dr with a 240 c.I. straight six, with a 3 spd. Surprisingly it would get 25 mpg running the AC on the highway!
>
> John
>
> Ron. wrote:
>
> Car systems became more complex initially for efficiency (eg electronic ignitions circa 1975) and later for maintainance of performance with emission controls. Best system in a SHTF aftermath would be an early 1960s Japanese vehicle or American slant or straight six.
>
> “J. C. JOHN wrote:
>
> Engines are basically the same today as they were 50 years ago.
> The difference us the electrical computerized controls. Fuel delivery, shift points and pressure regulations in transmissions,ignition timing, etc.
> This makes them more difficult to fix for the uninformed.
>
> John
>, “Jo wrote:
>
> Amazing summer 50 years ago.
>
> Engines we’re simple understandable and effective.
>
> Music was memorable… sometimes quite (over?) sophisticated.  Day in a life big effect on me.  Good review of the complexity:
>
> Https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sgt._Pepper%27s_Lonely_Hearts_Club_Band?wprov=sfla1
>

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