Carlos Perez
Carlos Perez answered

Hi Anonymous - if the car is not already LPG capable it will need an LPG conversion.  It is a pretty straight forward procedure and can be done by specialist mechanics.

After the works are complete your car can have the option of running on LPG or whatever fuel it used to use beforehand.

Hope that helps.

autodrome chennai
autodrome chennai answered Corey The Goofyhawk's question

Turning the rotors, resurfacing the rotors, and machining the rotors are all the same thing. It puts a new surface on the rotors by taking the metal off with a brake lathe. You should always resurface the rotors or replace them when doing the brake pads. Even if the rotors are not grooved they will … Read more

Ray  Dart
Ray Dart answered HappyTwo BeHereTwo's question

I was lucky enough, when still a teenager, to be allowed to drive an E-type Jaguar on a trip around South-Coast England. (Sadly, the owner was in the passenger seat, so I couldn't really rag the thing.) I'd quite like to do that again, on a sunny day, on my own.

A Mustang ragtop on the … Read more