Al Gajda, a self-taught electronics whiz and a former IBM employee, converted his 1939 Dodge pickup to electricity. The truck hits 75 miles per hour, or at least "that's as fast as I've dared drive it," the 74-year-old said.
Al Gajda, a self-taught electronics whiz and a former IBM employee, converted his 1939 Dodge pickup to electricity. The truck hits 75 miles per hour, or at least "that's as fast as I've dared drive it," the 74-year-old said. Herald-Leader
Al Gajda, a self-taught electronics whiz and a former IBM employee, converted his 1939 Dodge pickup to electricity. The truck hits 75 miles per hour, or at least "that's as fast as I've dared drive it," the 74-year-old said. Herald-Leader

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