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Ethynol
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Interesting video http://www.historicvehicle.org/Latest-Ne...lassic-car also a list of stations that have Ethynol free gas http://pure-gas.org/index.jsp

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Very cool thanks for posting this. Too bad there's not one listed within 40 miles. This is what I get for living between two big cities.

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#3
GREAT information!

THANKS for the posting.

BT

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#4
Neat map, the closest one to me is about 30 miles. We had one in town here but they switched over a few months ago.



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#5
Alaska rocks for having no ethanol pumps in the state. Plus they give every Alaskan appx. $1200/yr from the oil proceeds from their state.

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