Category Archives: Propane

ROUSH CleanTech Driving Alternative Fuels and Propane Forward

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Jack Roush, takes his track knowledge to the streets today with the announcement of a brand new venture bearing his well established brand – ROUSH CleanTech, an environmentally-sound company destined to provide clean, “green” transportation fueled by propane and other alternative fuel options. Continue reading

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ROUSH Liquid Propane-Powered Micro Bird E-450 Debuts at BusCon

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CHICAGO – BusCon is a “who’s who” of people and a “what’s what” of information when it comes to the bus industry; with all the industry decision-makers on hand, it is the location that Micro Bird chose to launch the G5, a new ROUSH liquid-propane powered E-450 Dual Rear Wheel Cutaway vehicle.
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Bowles Captures First Win for Propane-Powered Mustang

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Donnie Bowles can add another item to his growing list of accomplishments as he became the first driver on the ROUSH Drag Team to take one of the liquid propane-powered Mustangs to a victory.
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"Man Caves" To Roll in ROUSH Propane E-350

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“Man Caves” is the longest-running and top rated build show on DIY Network. Now, as they enter their seventh season of transforming a room or garage into one man’s dream, they will be rolling to their projects in a ROUSH liquid propane-powered E-350.
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Pushing for Propane (Fleet Owner)

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“I got the opportunity to talk with Jack Roush last year about the virtues of propane as a vehicle fuel — and it’s needless to say he’s a true believer in the stuff.” Continue reading

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Micro Bird and ROUSH Partner to Develop Liquid Propane School Bus Applications

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The newly developed partnership between ROUSH Performance Products and Micro Bird, Inc. has given a ringing endorsement to propane by incorporating the ROUSH Liquid Propane system into the new 30-passsenger Micro Bird by Girardin.
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ROUSH Takes Liquid Propane Vehicles to the California Roads

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ROUSH has often stated that their lineup of liquid propane-powered Ford F-Series pickups and E-Series vans have no loss of horsepower, torque or towing capacity. Now, this week, ROUSH is taking their vehicles on the roads of California to give prospective customers a first-hand test drive.
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Driven: 2010 Ford Super Duty by ROUSH Propane-Powered Vehicles (Winding Road)

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The Ford F-250 is a truck we have reviewed a few times before. The model that we have today, however, is quite a bit different. Rather than the traditional gasoline- or diesel-powered F-250, our tester is powered by liquid propane gas (LPG), courtesy of Roush Propane Powered Vehicles. Continue reading

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Prime Time Shuttle to Save 1.5 Million Gallons of Gasoline by Making the Switch to ROUSH Liquid Propane Fuel System

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Beginning today, the Prime Time Shuttle energizes their environmentally friendly growth by making the switch to an alternative fuel – propane – with the addition of ROUSH liquid propane-powered Ford E-350s to their fleet.
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California Governor Schwarzenegger Praises ROUSH Liquid Propane Vehicle Lineup

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Before he became the Governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger played a “terminator” in big-budget action films. Now he is working towards terminating his state’s dependence on foreign oil and recently hosted the Summit on Advanced Transportation Industry. Continue reading

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