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vehicles over the cost of comparable conventional vehicles.

   "(c)  Limitations  on Appropriations.-Funds  appropriated pursuant

to the authorization under this paragraph shall be applicable only-

      "(1) to the portion of the cost of acquisition, maintenance and

   operation  of  vehicles  acquired under  this  subparagraph  which

   exceeds  the cost  of acquisition,  maintenance  and operation  of

   comparable conventional vehicles;

      "(2) to the portion of the costs of fuel storage and dispensing

   equipment attributable  to such vehicles  which exceeds the  costs

   for such purposes required for conventional vehicles; and

      "(3) to the portion  of the costs of acquisition  of clean-fuel

   vehicles  which  represents  a  reduction  in   revenue  from  the

   disposal  of such vehicles as  compared to  revenue resulting from

   the disposal of comparable conventional vehicles.

   "(d)  Vehicle Costs.-The  incremental  cost of  vehicles  acquired

under this  part  over the  cost of  comparable conventional  vehicles

shall not be applied  to any calculation with respect to  a limitation

under law  on the maximum  cost of  individual vehicles  which may  be

required by the United States.

   "(e) Exemptions.-The requirements of this part shall not  apply to

vehicles  with respect to which the Secretary of Defense has certified

to the Administrator  that an  exemption is needed  based on  national

security consideration.

   "(f)  Acquisition  Requirement.-Federal agencies,  to  the  extent

practicable,  shall obtain clean-fuel vehicles from original equipment

manufacturers.

   "(g)  Authorization of Appropriations.-There are  authorized to be

appropriated such sums as may be required  to carry out the provisions

of this section: Provided, That such sums as are  appropriated for the

Administrator of General Services  pursuant to the authorization under

this section  shall be added to the General Supply Fund established in

section 109 of the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of

1949.

"SEC. 249. CALIFORNIA PILOT TEST PROGRAM.

   "(a) Establishment.-The  Administrator  shall  establish  a  pilot

program in the State of California to demonstrate the effectiveness of

clean-fuel   vehicles   in   controlling   air   pollution   in  ozone

nonattainment areas.

   "(b)  Applicability.-The provisions  of  this  section shall  only

apply  to    light-duty  trucks  and  light-duty  vehicles,  and  such

provisions  shall apply  only in  the State  of California,  except as

provided in subsection (f).

   "(c)  Program Requirements.-Not  later than  24  months after  the

enactment of the Clean  Air Act Amendments of 1990,  the Administrator

shall  promulgate  regulations  establishing requirements  under  this

section applicable in  the State of California.  The regulations shall

provide the following:

      "(1)   Clean-fuel   vehicles.-Clean-fuel   vehicles  shall   be

   produced,  sold,  and  distributed  (in  accordance  with   normal

   business  practices  and  applicable   franchise  agreements)   to

   ultimate  purchasers in  California  (including owners  of covered

   fleets referred  to in section 246) in numbers that meet or exceed

   the following schedule:

   Model Years                  Number of Clean-Fuel Vehicles

1996, 1997, 1998............................   150,000 vehicles

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