: Free GM T-shirt



Spittin Game
02-06-06, 01:16 PM
http://www.gm.com/company/onlygm/livegreengoyellow/index.html

let it load, click on 'get stuff' then click 't-shirt'.

DaveDeVille
02-06-06, 01:20 PM
Thanks!

Elvis
02-06-06, 01:30 PM
E85 is absolutely WORTHLESS unless there's a station in your city that pumps it. I can't understand the limited availability. IT'S A CONSPIRACY!!!

I would drive out of my way (WITHIN REASON) to get it if I could. Unfortunately the closest station to me is 200 miles away. That round trip is a tank full.

caddydaddy
02-06-06, 02:34 PM
E85 is a great idea, but like many people have said, you can't get it!
My state doesn't even have ANY E85 stations! But I foresee in a few years it will trickle into every state. Maybe faster if oil prices go up any more!

gary88
02-06-06, 04:27 PM
I live by about 3 or 4 stations that have E85. It only works on cars that are made for it though, so I have no use for it. Someone I know filled up thier jeep cherokee with E85 and used it all in 4 days.

Spyder
02-07-06, 11:54 PM
No more shirts! :( and I sure do love free stuff!

davesdeville
02-08-06, 07:23 AM
BOO lack of shirts. I like free stuff and I like GM. But it says they'll be back soon so I will keep checking.

subiemech85
08-05-06, 10:24 PM
Hoooray red stripe!

they are available for $15.85
http://www.chevymall.com/shopping/product/detailmain.jsp?itemID=3903&itemType=PRODUCT&iMainCat=21&iSubCat=226&iProductID=3903

E-85 is easily available in Iowa, and 30c cheaper than the cheapest fuel

caddydaddy
08-05-06, 11:12 PM
That's not the same shirt that they sent me. Actually that one looks better than the free one!

gary88
08-05-06, 11:32 PM
I put my shirt on ebay, didn't sell :mad:

CVP33
08-06-06, 12:31 AM
Are you NUCKIN' FUTS!? I'm not paying $16 of my hard earned dollars to spread the word about the inferior freakin' E85. I mean what the hell!? Son of a biscuit. Ok, now off to church.

Caddy Man
08-07-06, 12:45 AM
E85 is a great idea, but like many people have said, you can't get it!
My state doesn't even have ANY E85 stations! But I foresee in a few years it will trickle into every state. Maybe faster if oil prices go up any more!
E85 gets WORSE gas mileage than regular gas. So in the end it costs more to use. I dont ever see it catching on if thats the issue. Detroit news tested a flex fuel Ford F-150 and it got about 9 MPG city with E85.

caddydaddy
08-07-06, 07:46 AM
E85 gets WORSE gas mileage than regular gas. So in the end it costs more to use. I dont ever see it catching on if thats the issue. Detroit news tested a flex fuel Ford F-150 and it got about 9 MPG city with E85.

It does get worse mileage, but the cost difference will be much less once it's mainstream.

Zorb750
08-11-06, 04:22 AM
It is not free.

Jesda
08-11-06, 06:10 AM
I got mine, free. A couple environmentalists complimented me, LOL.

ChicagoCTS32
08-11-06, 11:36 AM
E85 gets about 33% worse gas mileage. I posted this elsewhere on here a few days ago, but it's relevant here as well.

Use this simple equation to see if E85 is cheaper than regular gasoline.
Take the Regular Unleaded price and divide by 1.33. Example, Regular Gas $2.999/gal. Divide by 1.33 to get $2.254. If E85 is less than $2.254/gal buy it. If it is more, use regular gas.
E85 has about 33% less energy production capabilities and thus 33% less gas mileage.

Elvis
08-11-06, 01:51 PM
Hoooray red stripe!

they are available for $15.85
ChevyMall (http://www.chevymall.com/shopping/product/detailmain.jsp?itemID=3903&itemType=PRODUCT&iMainCat=21&iSubCat=226&iProductID=3903)

E-85 is easily available in Iowa, and 30c cheaper than the cheapest fuel

so, let's do the math...

It's 10% cheaper, but the reports I read say you get anywhere from 15% to 28% lower mileage....

Kermit always said it ain't easy being green.

I'd still probably do it if I could.

CVP33
08-11-06, 09:43 PM
Wear the shirt - get dry humped by a tree hugger. Nice trade off.

Elvis
08-11-06, 09:49 PM
Some of those tree huggers are hott! They're definitely easier than republican women. ;)

N0DIH
08-11-06, 11:12 PM
Why does everyone get so wrapped around the axle that E85 gets worse gas mileage? Who cars? It costs less (at my local stations), here over $0.60 less than gas, so for me that is on the order of $500 LESS $$ spent to go my 30000 miles per year in my 94 Fleetwood LT1.

WHO CARES that it gets worse mileage??? It IS cheaper and it doesn't send a DIME to the middle east. That is PLENTY enough reason to use it.

If you like sending $$ out of this country in droves, buy gas. If you are willing to try to pump $$ into the US economy, then buy E85.

My FW gets around 18-19 mpg city/highway and 14-16 mpg on E85. For me, if E85 is $0.40 or more cheaper, it is worth using, if not, it is too close or not cost effective.


E85 gets WORSE gas mileage than regular gas. So in the end it costs more to use. I dont ever see it catching on if thats the issue. Detroit news tested a flex fuel Ford F-150 and it got about 9 MPG city with E85.