Previous thread just made me think of an experience some 30+ years ago.
Bought an old Hillman station wagon that had been sitting in a guys garage
for a few years. Towed it home but couldn't wait to fire it up so I just
stuck in a good battery and let er crank. She finally fired but talk about
"rough" LOL. When I got around to checking the gas it was more like
syrup than fuel. Smelled real funny. A miracle it fired at all.
Very aged gasoline has the pungent odor similar to acetone. The consistency
is visible by 2 different consistencies. One being a gel, and the other
almost like water. Neither of which burn in a 4 cycle engine very well.
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