Dodge Challenger Hellcat
Until the movie “28 Days Later” came out in 2002, zombies were pretty slow and easy to escape. Just in case zombies end up being the next Usain Bolt, the Dodge Challenger Hellcat is your best chance of escaping their crazy agility skills. With the power of 707 horses, the walking dead won’t be able to keep up.
Perfect for the survivor on the run, there is no limit to where you can go in the Jeep Wrangler. Does the road end right when you’re trying to escape from a squad of zombies? Not an issue in the Jeep Wrangler! Whether it’s rocky terrain or a grassy field, the Jeep Wrangler is perfect for a post-apocalyptic world.
Not only does this beast have the best diesel engine compared to all other trucks, but when you flip the Ram into electric generator mode it generates enough electricity to power four average American homes! You’ll be able to crash this beast into a sea of zombies and still go home and cozy up at the end of the day with all the electricity you’re creating.
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We recently had the experience of working with Waipahu Schools in helping them receive the benefit of having air-conditioning units in their schools. The hot season is approaching and we understand how difficult it can be being both a teacher and a student in a humid classroom. We were able to enable the installation of air-conditioning units in 12 classrooms at Waipahu Elementary, Kaleiopuu Elementary, August Ahrens Elementary, and Honowai Elementary schools.
Jarrett Cutter was able to meet Ahrens Elementary first-grade teacher, Genciana Aczon, as shown above. Jarret Cutter stated “Standing in classrooms during the middle of the day was challenging, and watching children sit in front of fans, many with sweat dripping down their faces, was really disheartening.”
We’re so grateful that we were able to have this experience with the schools and know that we’re better helping the next generation of students in their studies.
Thank you to everyone that helped us with this wonderful project, Fujitsu Hawaii for donating several air-conditioning units and exhaust fans; KM Electric for doing the electrical connections; and Airmasters Hawaii for installing the units. We loved working with everyone on this project and for helping make Hawaiian schools a much better place for our children.
See more pictures and the article written by Star Advertiser here.
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Fun Facts about FIAT
FIAT is known for its unique and fun style of cars. The company was first based in Italy, but FIAT S.p.A merged with the US in 2014 and is now FCA US (previously Chrysler LLC). For being such a fun and interesting company, we decided to share some fun facts about FIAT.
FIAT Used to Manufacture Carriages and Railway Engines
FIAT was founded in 1899 and during that time they started out making carriages and engines for trains. They also worked a lot with the military, especially during WWII, where they worked on building military vehicles and plane engines for the Italian army.
FIAT Has Acquired Multiple Other Automakers
FIAT acquired Lancia in 1968, became the shareholder of Ferrari in 1969, took control of Alfa Romeo from the Italian government in 1986, purchased Maserati in 1993, and became the full owner of Chrysler Group LLC in 2014. I don’t know if you can tell but they definitely have a lot on their plate.
The FIAT 500 was one of the Smallest Cars in the World
With a length of 127 inches, the width of 50 inches, and a height of 54 inches, the small car gained the nickname “topolino” which means, little mouse. Topolino is also the Italian name given to Disney’s Mickey Mouse. If you put the two side by side, they complement each other perfectly.
The FIAT 500L has an Optional Coffee Maker
Italy is known for their coffee, so why wouldn’t an Italian brand put an espresso machine right in their car? In 2012 FIAT did just that with the 500L which can be fitted with an integrated espresso machine. Having to wait for your coffee in the morning has become a thing of the past with technology like this.
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