GTO Tours the USA

Our OTG Guy Jacques Robert has so much Fire in his eyes and belly to fulfill his adventure of a lifetime! He could've picked a better time and car if he would... but this is something else!

He went to America for a different business, but he ended up deciding to cross the American continent from coast to coast. He saw a 1986 Honda CRX just rotting away in a relatives garage and he decided to buy it right away for only $1.00.

What could be the best way to prove GTO than on an old car? After cleaning the spark plugs and replacing the battery, He added 2 GTO (250 ml.) in the old engine oil, yes, he didn't change the oil inside.

Primed the carburetor, ran the engine and had it registered; installed KML's and a Vorxin and Off he went touring America after 2 days.

He started 1st of December and finished at the 14th.

14 days on the road, crossing 19 states.

He started from Las Vegas, Nevada and crossed through Phoenix, Arizona, New Mexico, Mississippi, Louisiana, New Orleans, Alabama all these states lower south all the way up to South Carolina, North Carolina to Washington and New Jersey.

The car ran great all the way even with occasional over heated engine since the radiator fans' thermostat switch was not working. Robert had to make a jumper connection with a switch to manually turn on the radiator fans as needed. That's why plenty of photo's shows the hood is popped open to cool the engine during stop overs.

In this video, He featured The windmill generators in Arizona, Area 51 and some Chemtrails along the way. There was only one video made all the rest where still photos since he needed to conserve memory space and battery life in the camera so it could last 2 weeks on the road.

The car only had a tire problem, but enginewise - it ran like new.

Average fuel mileage was about 40MPG.

Still runs great, now it is used by his sister.

After 5,120.9 Miles since GTO treatment... the old oil turned Golden Shiny Brown!... and its quality hasn't turned toxic, so he re used it again in the engine.

Robert has a vast experience in automotives and lubricants as well and has tried all types of oil, but after using GTO last year, he felt there is something different about this oil, he used it on all his vehicles and was very much satisfied with what it can do, it was his confidence to GTO's potential that made him decide to push for this Solo Adventure tour of a Lifetime across the USA.

A dream only a few can dare do even if they can afford it!

The Green Technology Oil... TESTED and PROVEN!

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Air pollution is not a new phenomenon; in Medieval times, the burning of coal was forbidden in London while Parliament was in session. Air pollution problems have dramatically increased in intensity as well as scale due to the increase in emissions since the Industrial Revolution.