Monday, May 3, 2021

Get Ready for Classic-Car Season


Classic-car owners sometimes ask if they need to add a lead substitute to their gasoline. For decades, Tetraethyllead was added to gasoline to reduce engine knock and help prevent valve-seat recession. Once lead’s negative effects became clear, regulators began phasing it out in the 1970s. But, what about classic-car engines from the 1950s and 1960s that were built with leaded gasoline in mind? AMSOIL DOMINATOR® Octane Boost works great as a lead substitute in classic cars.

See the May AMSOIL Magazine for more information.