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My gasoline is green. Is this suppose to be or is something wrong with the gas?

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Probly old gas--if car runs alrite just use it up-if no drain and discard in a hazardous waste site--thats a classic car maintain it cause ones today much complicated

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How long has it been since this car has been fired up? If its been a while then change out fuel. Smell it, it may have been messed with. I have never seen green gas.

Posted on Oct 14, 2013

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