Through the first half of the 20th century, when you got out into the oil fields drip gasoline was not uncommon. This condensate was drained from drop legs on natural gas lines running from the well head. Many a rural and oilfield family or teenager would run the family car or truck on it on occasion.
In the mid-60s my father and I ran out of gas in Pawnee County Oklahoma. An oilfield pumper stopped to help and offered us some drip gas. So, we poured a couple of gallons into the Mercury. The car started up but missed and smoked like crazy plus the exhaust was quite a stink from the high sulfur. However, we didnt have to walk 5 miles to town! Lol.... Ive wondered of the knock sensor on contemporary engines would tweak the engine tune enough to handle drop gas?
I own a M35A2 Deuce multi fuel engine....I can burn it and a bunch of other crap too but Id better run some #2 fuel oil to clean out the IP later. I use it for getting my firewood, and plowing deep snow.
no. It would destroy it.