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I didn’t search to see if there’s more info out there about this car. Yet. But I thought I’d throw it out there.

I was at the Lemay Marymount Museum on Fathers Day and they had a building open they don’t always have open. At least not the last couple times I’ve been. I sure wish they had more room to display the cars better. We had to sneak between a couple cars just to get to this one. Next to it was what looked like the hydrogen generator (I assumed it split water) but there wasn’t a ton of information on the sign

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Pretty awesome...what did it have for a tank?(Biggest issue with hydrogen conversions, old conversions wouldn't have access to metal hydride tanks)
As I mentioned it’s difficult to get to the car so I couldn’t see a tank. One of the more svelte members of our group managed to get the interior shot.
 

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I did a quick Google and it looks like Lemay sold this via Bonhams in 2010 for $7k. But I think what happened is that it was sold to the other Lemay collection. :p


Not a lot more info even in the auction listing.
 
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