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    Default Find a station selling real gas near you

    Real gasoline might be useful to you if you have antique vehicles, premium equipment like certain chainsaws, or if you need to store the gasoline in a vehicle that is driven less often. Here is a site for locating real gas near you.

    http://pure-gas.org/

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    cool link...thanks!! I found two stations in my area and I didn't think anyone around sold ethanol free gas :-)

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    Good stuff. Thanks.

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    none near me...
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    Hi PurcellvillePatriot,

    I have a 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle (the one in my Avitar. It only has 14,000 original miles on it. I use fuel stabilizer but this gas is probably better than the Premium stuff at the regular stations, unless I get the Sunoco 110 octane stuff. I have never used aviation (av gas). The sad part is the Sunoco stuff is like $7.00 - $10.00 per gallon when I have treated the car to it.

    Thank you,
    Cliff

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    Aviation fuel is not the same as auto racing fuel (110 octane) so you are better off sticking with either the 110 or using Stabil. For best results just drive the car more. Automobiles are made to be used, driven, not sit in garages or museums.

    Joe-NY

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    Every station in South Dakota sells pure gas and we are the ethanol center of the world. I don't know what is up with elsewhere don't your stations have more then one tank? Here most stations have at least three choices one being 100% gas.

    Just because someone hasn't taken the time to add a station to a website doesn't mean that they don't have pure gas for sale either.

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    I have looked in my area and all of the pumps say 10% ethanol...I have a flex fuel truck so the ethanol wont hurt it but I would like real gas for my older truck.
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    I heard av-gas runs really well in your car. But it is leaded so I'd be carefull about putting it in cars with catalytic converters. It's $6.30 in my town. It seems older stations in my town have non-ethanol as an option, but new pumps are E10 only. A nice thing most do to is if you pay gas or check, 5 cents is taken off per gallon.
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    Thats neat, but the closest one for me is more than 100 miles away. Stupid California...

    Although I do know the station up in lake tahoe area, inleast thats a start.

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