EVGT-40 on Front Page of the Sunday Sun Sentinel

Posted by admin April 15th, 2012

My work on the electric car has started to get a lot of attention.   I was contacted last week by the Sun Sentinel about doing and interview.  Doreen Hemlock came out and spent about an hour interviewing me about electric cars and how I built my own.  I took her for a ride in the EVGT-40 and she was really impressed.  “What a smooth ride,” she said.  I also provided her with some other contacts in our Electric Auto Association that she could follow up with.  I was surprised and honored to find a photo of my car on the front page of the Sunday edition of the Sun Sentinel this morning.

EVGT-40 on the Front Page and Main Story in the Money Section

One Response

  1. Robert says:


    My name is Robert and I have always wanted an electric sports car. The Tesla Roadster was always my dream car, but I have been doing a lot of research recently and have discovered all the much more affordable opportunities. I have a lot of questions and don’t want to bother you with all of them, but I would like to say that your site is an inspiration. This is exactly what I want to do. I want to build an electric kit car that is economical, but also competitive with gasoline powered sports cars. Most electric cars and kit cars dont have the range or speed that I am looking for, but it looks like you have done the impossible and made an electric race car. I was thinking I might try to do something similar with a Sterling or GT-40. If it’s not too much to ask I would love to email you a few questions about how to get started and pick the right kits.