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Midnight Gray?

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Hey gang

 

Does this plate paint code decipher as Midnight Gray?

 

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Yes, thank you. Love the color because it has a bit of metallic.

 There is a driver quality one for sale I like. I would use as a driver but with the gas prices skyrocketing I hesitate.

I recall my prior ‘73 mandated hi octane fuel.

Any one getting away with burning today’s low octane corn oil??

 

 

 

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Yeah, it’s like a black obsidian silver sheen.

 

i think you gata feed the dragons high grade or they get cranky.

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Try not to drive more than 200 miles between fill ups and always calculate the difference in grades in cents per mile. Life is smoother that way.

 

My most recent dragon says - if you don't feed it the good stuff it will eat more of the cheap stuff.

Bernie

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14 hours ago, PWB said:

Yes, thank you. Love the color because it has a bit of metallic.

 There is a driver quality one for sale I like. I would use as a driver but with the gas prices skyrocketing I hesitate.

I recall my prior ‘73 mandated hi octane fuel.

Any one getting away with burning today’s low octane corn oil??

 

 

 

I use 89 octane non-ethanol in my 68. There is one place in town that sells 92 octane non-ethanol. No pings but it is $$$$$$.

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Indeed.  Here in Florida non-ethanol is running 3.50 gal.

 Wait till the summer traditional hike goes up 🙁

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4 hours ago, PWB said:

Yes, thank you. Love the color because it has a bit of metallic.

 There is a driver quality one for sale I like. I would use as a driver but with the gas prices skyrocketing I hesitate.

I recall my prior ‘73 mandated hi octane fuel.

Any one getting away with burning today’s low octane corn oil??

 

 

 

I ran 89 and sometimes even 87 in my 73 without any problem.

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