Best Option:Those who truly understand what Solar Motor Works can
be, will only want to go long term.
The investor and SMW acquire the real estate assets of
$8-20 million to fund development from the cash flows. Depending on negotiations, the investor gets some nominal return on
investment for the 5-7 years of development.
When the engine is done,
the investor gets a negotiated access to the technology. This allows the investor the engine
advantages and the equity created by the engine installation.
The amount of access depends on how much help if given.
Should the engine prove unworkable, then a pre-negotiated settlement of
the assets is made with shares divided according to set ratios.
This will take commitment and long term view up to 7-10 years.
There are few if any other investments that can have a 1:10,000
upside potential like Solar Motor Works. The investor must be able to work with SMW
closely and well. The investor must be able to grasp the vision and support it
There are at least 10 separate businesses that can be started based on
the engine. The investor can negotiate which business they want that SMW is NOT
interested in and, depending on the level of investment, and they can
have that business segment negotiated up front. This can include a new car company, all funded by
real estate, or a boat company, trailer company, etc, all dependent on how much is brought to the table up front.
Airplanes are already taken.
A power point presentation explains it: Link