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    Richard Przybylski

    This is so wrong. The big 3 are really worried about this car being built. Delay after delay due to all kinds of things. One thing is certain, if this car is actually built the big three will need to step up and they are not ready or even have anything to compete. Can’t make much money on a $7300 car. In the case of the Elio, less is more. Why doesn’t the media help this guy? If we all got together to complete the build or help get Elio what he needs, it would be done and on the road today. I want one, but now thanks to the media and aid in stalling the project, it will end up like the Apterra. We need to learn helping small business is a good thing. Due to this jobs will be lost, the car may never be completed, and another Tucker like corporation will be put to rest. Tucker proved it could be done and many are still on the road today. Elio, step up to the plate and release a few of the cars. We need another corporation building cars in this country to compete with Korea. If I was you I would get with Polaris and ask for help.

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    Lex

    If they kill Elio, I know where it came from and will never buy anything that the big three and Tesla have their hands in.

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    Terry

    I’m glad I never reserved one

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