I am ready to accept my prize for introducing the most aerodynamic trailer body design

Response to Brian Smith Nov 13. I rode my stretched out chopper up to Jerry Solt’s garage on Taylor and Center Street, Findlay, Ohio, in 1970. Jerry had a college degree in structural engineering and aerodynamics which enabled him to make a living building the fastest go-carts in this country. I asked Jerry, “If I take my custom stretch gas tank that is on my scooter, turn it around backwards, would not that be the most aerodynamic trailer body design in the world?” His answer to me was.  “If you turn your tank around it would be wedging through the air, but if you turn it back forward and don’t bring the rear to a point but angle it off. You would not only have the most stylish trailer body design but it is no doubt the most aerodynamic.”  I thanked him for his professional insight. I told him I would wait for the right time to come out public with my designs and ideas. We have come to that day. I e-mailed the DOT, Vise President Biden, and the EPA introducing my trailer design to be by far the most aerodynamic but also, we have the technology to enhance the environmental driving vehicle’s speed and distance. So we will have a trailer that can pull its own weight in certain applications.  Over the decades people have asked me if I have patents on what I have. If I would have patented these designs and ideas back in the 70’s. It would have been the wrong time and all those patents would have expired. By waiting to give the world my designs and technology has truly brought me a place that has no limits. I am not running all my internal combustion engines on hydrogen and hemp fuel yet. But I will be soon. Terry Cook

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