Under the Hood With Ethanol and Your Classic Car

Go under the hood with HVA member and veteran classic car mechanic, Ed Syrocki, in a new video that shows what ethanol related engine damage looks like in our historic cars.

Last month, the HVA turned the spotlight on the efforts of Ed Syrocki—owner of EMS Classic Car Care in Warren, Michigan—who has taken up the charge of our EthaNO campaign and embarked on a one man, grassroots mission to educate historic vehicle owners about the damage ethanol fuel is doing to their engines.

The response to that August 2011 e-newsletter article, Kernel Knowledge: One man on a mission to show how ethanol is wrecking your engine, was overwhelming with readers wanting to find out how they could personally attend one of these “show-and-tell” seminars.

From cracked and damaged fuel system parts to corroded gas tanks, Syrocki’s ethanol presentations give a detailed look under the hood that the HVA believes every historic vehicle owner should see.   In addition to the extensive ethanol resources and information the HVA has put together for our EthaNO campaign, the HVA has produced a video in partnership with Ed Syrocki.  Simply put, it’s the next best thing to attending one of Syrocki’s seminars yourself.

Would you or your club like the in-depth, accompanying presentation that goes along with this video? Please contact us at [email protected] and we’ll be happy to send it you.

Have an ethanol story to share?  Please feel free to tell us all about it in the comment section for this article or email us direct at [email protected].

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