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Is a real interesting sight on the subject of "OOPARTS"
(Out Of Place ARTifactS)
The modern "unbiased and scientific" community must believe men evolved from goo to zoo to you, or their evilutionary theory of origins falls flat on its face.
Any evidence that man was a special creation and HIGHLY ADVANCED from the beginning, is ridiculed and ignored.
I assume (dangerous I know), that you were being sarcastic with that remark, concidering how many of them ARE still around.
My 37 Ford truck can't tell the difference between Ethanol and Non-Ethanol even after setting for 14 years with a partial tank. Runs good no matter what I feed it other than having to replace the ignition points once in a while....
Too bad they brought it back. Wish they would either get rid of the ethanol in the gasoline or manufacturers would provide carburetor parts that are resistant to the stuff. Modern autos can run OK on the stuff, but the small engine makers need to get it together. There has to be some kind of material to make diaphragms out of that can withstand the stuff. Just paid $18 for a rebuild kit for a Stihl blower with stiff diaphragms in the carb.
The ethanol rules vary state to state and even within the states. Another interesting thing is the requirement to label the pumps also varies. Apparently there are several states that don't require the pumps to be labeled so if you are in those states you may be getting it and not know it unless you happen to be buying your gas from a vendor that thinks its a selling point and chooses to advertise it.