Fastest LPG powered car in the world? Tunnel Vision Turbocharging

John's Tunnel Vision 4L SOHC turbo powered 1965 Ford Mustang. We believe this Mustang may be the quickest car in the world using straight LPG pump fuel (LP Gas) having run a best of 8.98 at 154mph over the quarter mile at Heathcote Park Raceway recently. The day ended early due to a rear tyre puncture (28x10.5in slicks).

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