and "technically" its 0 wheel drive (Angel)
I remember seeing a show on that car (63 chryslaer turbine)...wayy badass LOLThough it has the jet in the back engine it is still FWD. They are using a hydraulic pump off of the jet to run a hydraulic motor that is connected to the tranny.
I would not want to be behind his car during rush hour traffic, his exhaust will cook what ever vehicle pulls up behind it. The reason we do not have jet powered cars is because the exhaust is too hot, it will even melt black top roads. Chrysler played around with the idea in the 50 or 60's but could not overcome the exhaust temp problems.:frown: