WVO needed for trip MI to Boston

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dvandenheede's picture
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Travelling early July from Michigan to Boston, can't haul enough WVO in my 300d for round trip, looking for sources of prefiltered oil along way- way out going through PA on 70/76 way back probably thr4ough NY on 90
 
I won't be far from Grease car headquarters- do they still sell and how much do they charge?
 
Dan
 

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You should contact William at Collard Green Fuel http://www.collardgreenfuels.com/index.html 
He lives in Leominster which is northwest of Boston, last time I talked to him was November time frame, but he sold me prefiltered for $2/gal, and might still be doing the same, or willing to do the same for someone travelling.
 
Best wishes.

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I live just outside Providence, RI (50 min south of Boston on I-95). Let me know a couple weeks in advance of when you'll be coming through and how much oil you're looking for. I can't spare any storage containers but I'll fill your tank. email me (my greasecar username) at gmail. Greasecar does sell "smarter fuel" (http://www.greasecar.com/page/smarter-fuel-filtered-vegetable-oil-only-greasecar-headquaters), I've never filled up there but people who have tell me it's not that much cheaper than diesel, maybe a dollar or so less per gallon.

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Thanks folks, I will check this out as the grip gets closer!
 
Dan
 

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Pittsburgh possibilities: http://fossilfreefuel.com/
Good luck! 

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Just had my car converted at Greasecar in Holyoke.  Their fuel is 2.95 g. for non-members and 2.85 for members.

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