If you own a Cobra or any older vehicle, you should read this!

Scott Harrison

"Growing old is mandatory, growing up is optional"
Staff member
Contributing Member
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Proposes to Expand the Sale of E-15 Gasoline

The EPA issued a proposed regulation that would allow gas stations around the country to sell E15 (gasoline that’s 15% ethanol) during the summer months (June 1 through September 15). If finalized, the EPA would overturn its long-standing prohibition on the sale of E15 during high-ozone season by allowing the fuel to use the 1 pound per square inch (psi) Reid Vapor Pressure (RVP) waiver, which currently allows E10 sales during the summer months. The EPA’s effort to allow year-round E15 sales would expand the number of gas stations selling gasoline blended with higher amounts of ethanol.

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Don Gaboury

Contributing Member
We are starting to see more gas stations with ethanol free gas around here..that will help... Does anyone know what it would take for our cars to use E85??? I use it in my Chevy pick up and works fine, smells good also when you first start it up, cops would think you were drinking if they smelled it..
So, all you motor heads lets hear about what would be needed to switch fuel..