Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Building new cars, no matter how efficiently they might operate, still takes a lot of energy. That's means there's a good sustainability argument to be made for reusing older cars if you can. Sure we all want a Tesla Roadster, but let's face it, most of us will never get close to owning one. But if you want some cutting edge technology like all-wheel drive and all wheel steering and you live on a K-Car budget, you can always take the reuse, recylce path. Canadian television legend Red Green doesn't want to see even the lowliest cars end up on the scrap heap. Check out the video after the jump for a project that even the team at Make would envy.
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