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Intro I Bet that most all of you like classic cars I mean whats not to like If its not the rumble of a big block underfoot then its the feel of the wind in your hair when you drive your restored 1971 Plymouth Cuda Convertible Its manly its American its just plain cool to be seen in any of the muscle car era vehicles Everyone has had an older car If youre not driving it because its cool then youre driving it because its the only thing you can afford No matter why youre driving an older car doesnt matter Its your right as an American to own and drive whatever type of car you please But for how long If the powerful EPA bureaucracy Industrial factories and Vice President Al Gore have their way then many of us will be forced into the purchase of newer less-polluting vehicles many of which we cannot afford On June 2 1995 Governor Whitman of New Jersey signed legislation SCS-1700 It is NOW LAW and is fully implemented against all New Jersey car and truck owners Briefly SCS-1700 states the following All motor vehicles over four years old will be required to report to new CENTRALIZED TESTING FACILITIES for ENHANCED EMISSIONS INSPECTIONS If your car or truck fails this test-the vehicle MUST be taken off the road Only three percent of those vehicles failing the test and having already spent a minimum of 450 for repairs will be granted a waiver allowing them to remain on the road for two more years You have no appeal and no other options Motor vehicle inspections cost 24 The IM ENHANCED EMISSIONS TEST in which an operator drives your car through a simulated dynamometer road test is DESIGNED TO FAIL 60 OF ALL CARS this according to the EPA Almost no vehicles over 10 years old are expected to pass You
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