Apparently, there's still a lot of love out there for by Burt Reynolds and his famous role in Smokey and the Bandit – or at least for his car. As you might remember, Autoblog reported on the auction of the Chris Bruce
Smokey and the Bandit is one of those quintessential 1970s car movies with insane premises but tons of fun. After all, the basic plot of the film is about distracting the police to transport cases of Coors beer cross country. While Burt Reynolds receives top billing, the real star is definitely his black Pont
This is not good news for American ethanol advocates: VeraSun is suspending construction at its 110-million-gallon-a-year ethanol plant in Reynolds, Indiana because ethanol prices are too low. This matters more than the shutdown of two biodiesel plants in Texas that we mentioned yesterday. Why, you might ask? Because Reynolds, Indiana is actually Sebastian Blanco
Now we're getting somewhere. And by "we" I mean BioTown, USA (Reynolds, Indiana). While last year we had stories about how this small town in Indiana is trying to grow and make all of its own energy but still didn't have any ethanol pumps (so all the flexible-fuel vehicles in the town were cruising on gasoline), now we can report that the town can soon check off making ethanol from their To Do list.