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Amish Buggy Uses Solar Power

By Tony Reid

In this July 24, 2013 photo, Larry Yoder constructed this solar-powered Amish buggy in Sullivan, Ill. Yoder took a former Amish buggy and built solar panels into the roof to feed batteries that power an electric motor capable of whipping it along at 14 mph, flat out. (AP Photo/Herald & Review, Jim Bowling)

SULLIVAN, Ill. (AP) – If something is worth inventing, it’s worth inventing again.

Armed with that kind of reassurance, Sullivan entrepreneur Larry Yoder has gone ahead and reinvented the horseless carriage “because I had a ball doing it.”

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