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Maxximus LNG 2000 on list of Top 8 Green Supercars of the Year!

The Maxximus G-Force made an unannounced appearance on Sports Illustrated's website. Last Friday Hot Clicks writer Jimmy Traina featured Former Playboy Playmate of the Year Hope Dworaczyk as his LLOD (Lucky Lady Of the Day) in the "Extra Mustard" section. Ms.
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Maintaining the crown as the world’s fastest street-legal car, the Maxximus LNG 2000, the brainchild of financier Bruce McMahan and Indianapolis-based designer Marlon Kirby, continues to smash existing records in the automotive history with three new world records set using propane (LPG), making
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Maxximus LNG 2000 Record Breaking Run
How do you make eco friendly car technology sexy? Build a record-busting street-legal dragster and bust a few records with it.
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An article on Market Watch outs Bruce McMahan as the purchaser of the Bonnie and Clyde guns at a recent auction and highlights records broken by the Maxximus G Force and the Maxximus LNG 2
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Centaur Maxximus Motion now has a full roster of social media. Check out our Facebook page and like us! Follow us on Twitter!
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Last week Marlon Kirby had the Maxximus LNG 2000 on a dynometer in Indianapolis for four days straight. The car worked like a charm, the transmission held, but the dynometer shut down twice. The most impressive aspect of these tests was that it burned completely clean.
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Marlon Kirby and Bruce McMahan shaking hands in front of Maximus LNG 2000
You're heard of supercars that run on petrol, diesel, electricity and hydrogen. But one that runs on compressed natural gas (CNG?)
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