On Wed, 12 Nov 1997, Joe Curry wrote:
> > Now, if the car was constantly immersed in salt water, then you might have
> > something there. Boats have a zinc plate (or similar object) whose sole
> > purpose is to oxidize (by electrolysis?) and thus stop everything else
> > from rusting. However it is difficult to enjoy a submarine car, you can't
> > go very fast and they're hard to put gas into.
> It seems like a while back there was a thread running along the lines of
> Bond Cars. If you recall, our favorite Spy drove a Lotus Esprit
> underwater and onto the beach in one of the episodes. One cannot rule
> out anything these days.
Aha! But Bond did not drive a submarine car (underwater all the time)--
it came out!!
So therefore it can be enjoyed on land too. :-b
-Malcolm "Now THAT'S a semantic" Walker
'62 TR4, dry