The 1996 Corel
The 1996 Corel Great Race was a controlled-speed,
endurance competition for vehicles built before 1943. The Great American Race
is an annual event wihich brings together nearly 100 antique and classic
vehicles from nearly every nation in the world. This competition is the world's
richest old car race. This year the Race started in Tacoma, WA, USA and ended
in Toronto, Ontario, Canada after 14 days and 4100 miles of very competitive
racing. The `32 Chrysler "Ironsides" equipped with a Mogas Fuel System ran the
entire race on natural gas and finished in the top ten .
the natural gas fuel system for the 1932 Chrysler Ironside in 1993, the team,
under the rule of Sir Dick Nelson of Shriport Luisiana USA, has participated to
all Great American Races held since 1994 using Natural gas fuel.
Dick Nelson, over the years, has expressed and proven the advantages and
reliability of Mogas fuel systems and Natural Gas as a viable alternative fuel
for vehicles. The advantages were highlighted during this race as well as in
all others in spite of the vehicle's age and the stress of competition.
Chrysler "Ironsides" powered by a Mogas Natural Gas system