Fuel for Old/Vintage Car

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I just bought 1967 Volvo 122S 1.8 Sedan (M) . I am looking for the best total engine protection for my vintage vehicle. So, do you guys have any suggestion on what fuel is good to prevent corrosion and keep my vintage vehicle to perform at its best?
 
In Malaysia we dont have ethanol based fuel, so RON 95 won't damage your engine and fuel system. But you might need lead additive. Check with the previous owner if the valve seats are strengthened.
 
10 bucks says the TS is marketing for a petrol company. hahahaha
 
I just bought 1967 Volvo 122S 1.8 Sedan (M) . I am looking for the best total engine protection for my vintage vehicle. So, do you guys have any suggestion on what fuel is good to prevent corrosion and keep my vintage vehicle to perform at its best?
Wow what a nice car you have bro, I'll ask my brother later about what's best for your car. He is one of the car lovers and he is really into and knows everything about old/vintage cars.
 
Wow what a nice car you have bro, I'll ask my brother later about what's best for your car. He is one of the car lovers and he is really into and knows everything about old/vintage cars.
Thanks bro, sure it would be really helpful. Maybe he can give some advice or tips that i can use to protect and maintain my vintage vehicle performance.
 
I just bought 1967 Volvo 122S 1.8 Sedan (M) . I am looking for the best total engine protection for my vintage vehicle. So, do you guys have any suggestion on what fuel is good to prevent corrosion and keep my vintage vehicle to perform at its best?
i think can use ron 97 if u want better driving performance
 
Thanks bro, sure it would be really helpful. Maybe he can give some advice or tips that i can use to protect and maintain my vintage vehicle performance.
Ever since shell has made an improvement for their ron97 v-power, I didn't use any other petrol anymore. I find that it's so good to take care of the cars engine because it has that Dynaflex formulation.
 
I just bought 1967 Volvo 122S 1.8 Sedan (M) . I am looking for the best total engine protection for my vintage vehicle. So, do you guys have any suggestion on what fuel is good to prevent corrosion and keep my vintage vehicle to perform at its best?
Well actually if you ask me i would say the way the car is used also affects. For example, how you drive the car, the way you maintain the car like how often you send your car in for service and also choosing the right petrol for your car.
 
Ever since shell has made an improvement for their ron97 v-power, I didn't use any other petrol anymore. I find that it's so good to take care of the cars engine because it has that Dynaflex formulation.
This is actually something that i can agree with, since i have started to use shell ron97 i can tell the different before and after i use it. I can feel that my car's engine performance is improved, no more weird sounds comes from the engine. It also helps to improve engine condition whilst helping to maximize energy from the fuel.
 
Yes lets all hold hands, sing kumbaya around the campfire, and spend extra money on RON97 . Boy you guys and gals are one convincing bunch !
 
Yes lets all hold hands, sing kumbaya around the campfire, and spend extra money on RON97 . Boy you guys and gals are one convincing bunch !
Ha, ha, My oh my, Shell, the worst petrol ever. VR runs on Petron Ron 95, tried BHP Ron 95 also ok. Once switch to Shell Ron 95, immediately feel lost of power, after 3 tanks, VR will cough, RPM cannot go above 4k rpm. Initially thought plugs, change also like that, then pump back Petron, engine purr again. At one time tried shell Ron 97, can run but below the power of Petron Ron 95, and with Ron 97 at current price can forget it, just use Petron Ron 95 so much better.......lol
 
Ever since shell has made an improvement for their ron97 v-power, I didn't use any other petrol anymore. I find that it's so good to take care of the cars engine because it has that Dynaflex formulation.
i used v-power before but didnt feel any difference on my engine.
 
Well actually if you ask me i would say the way the car is used also affects. For example, how you drive the car, the way you maintain the car like how often you send your car in for service and also choosing the right petrol for your car.

how to know if the petrol is right for our car?
 
Yes lets all hold hands, sing kumbaya around the campfire, and spend extra money on RON97 . Boy you guys and gals are one convincing bunch !
Can anyone explain to me how it works?
I really want to know how 'talking to myself' earns me money. At least i can make money while filling up my free time.

I doubt Shell (or whatever petrol brand mentioned after this) come up with this themselves, if they did then its just lame.I really wonder which advert company got the job. I really wonder how they presented this idea when fighting for the job. Is it paid according to number of post in a forum? I wonder if they printed or screenshot this thread as a proof that job is completed in order to issue an invoice.I also want to meet the person whom is responsible for these post and strategy....i really want to sit with the person and understand the logic behind this strategy but i the meet can last 5 minutes as i will start to worry for my personal safety when the person start to talk to himself/herself.
 
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