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Shaun Murphy and the Coolfuel crew set off on an incredible journey to conquer the American road without gasoline. Can they make it across the country on custom-built machines, running on fuels such as corn whiskey ethanol, garbage and wind?
Shaun zigzags across Iowa in search of cars and planes that run on corn whiskey and prairie grass. The reigning Miss Iowa tries to give him a hand. A Coolfuel genius from Missouri lends him a BMW that runs on straight corn whiskey. Marty almost blows up the RV sticking corn whiskey into a diesel engine, and Teresa worries sick about Shaun trying to fly a corn-fueled plane. The plane turns out to be his only hope if he’s going to make it to the great Mississippi. Then, in search of water power for crossing Colorado, Shaun gets his hands on the El Chopper motorbike, powers it with water and meets up with actress Daryl Hannah. They ride together and check out her eco-ranch. With the RV running low on biofuel, they also meet a bio-fuel supplier known as the Ayatollah Granola of Canola. Shaun takes a final H20 charge at a waterfall before rolling into Telluride, Colo.
Then, the gang hits the streets of New York in search of garbage — 400 miles worth of garbage, to be precise. Their mission: to sniff out landfill gas from garbage dumps that produce power! They dodge through Times Square and Wall Street before taking to the New Jersey streets on an electric Harley. Drama unfolds as the temperature drops to 20 degrees and the vehicles start giving out. They try every vehicle they can get their hands on from local folks, but can they make it to Washington, D.C., full of garbage and still be gas-free? Then, the Coolfuel crew heads to New Mexico to hunt down wind turbines. They zigzag their way through the New Mexico desert, from Albuquerque to Santa Fe and onto Taos. Realizing they can't find any more turbines, the crew coaxes Shaun into taking a glider to 16,000 sickening feet above the mountains. It's a rocky ride as Shaun rides the glider from Taos to the Rio Grande using only the wind to get there. (Source: Discovery)
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