I was part of the Central Coast Clean Cities Coalition (C5) alternative fuel vehicle area. We had a Nissan Leaf, but by way of FunRide, a green by-the-hour car rental service.
The local Honda dealer brought an Civic Hybrid. He had planned to bring the Compressed Natural Gas version that they had in stock, but someone bought it a couple of days before the event.
The owner of this car brings it around to every event. He's chopped it and removed a lot of weight and gets between 60 and 100 mpg.
This Arro Autogas van runs on Propane.
Aaron and his father brought these two factory-built electric Ford pickup trucks. Ford only made 1500 of them, so they're very rare. They were reconditioned by a specialty company, bringing the Nickel Metal Hydride battery pack back up to spec.
This is the main C5 booth, handing out literature about alternative fuel vehicles.
And here's the Beetle. I also had pictures of the 914 so I talked about both of my non-gasoline cars with folks.
It was cloudy in the morning but cleared up and was beautiful and warm. Of course I was facing the sun and got a little burn on my face, but it was worth it.