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  • Car mechanic Johnathan Goodwin converts some of America’s biggest gas-guzzlers into low-emission hybrids — while doubling the horsepower. If an engine tinkerer in Wichita, Kan., can turn out “mean and green” vehicles, why can’t Detroit?
  • An engineer's skill at turning gas guzzlers into efficient cars has led rock legends and big businesses to seek out his expertise.
  • Goodwin is making a name for himself -- and his company, H-Line Conversions -- by turning gas-guzzling behemoths like Hummers, Cadillac Escalades, Jeeps and other big American cars into clean-power machines.
  • Johnathan Goodwin can get 100 mpg out of a Lincoln Continental, cut emissions by 80%, and double the horsepower. Does the car business have the guts to follow him?

TheGuardian: Humming a greener tune for vehicle

Fast Company: Motorhead Messiah

AutoBlog: Neil Young's 1959 Lincoln runs on biodiesel and can be plugged-in

The Wichita Eagle: Mechanic to the stars is back with new company

The Wall Street Journal: Can Cars Be Made to Go Fast and Burn Clean?

CNN: Gas guzzlers get new lives -- as tire-smoking hybrids

BioDieselMagazine: Biofuel-Powered by Design US gas guzzlers go green

NPR: Making SUVs Run Cleaner, Farther on Biodiesel

USA Today: Fuelish dreaming

Treehugger: Converting Gas Guzzlers into Clean Vehicles: Getting More from Alternative Energy