I had some paperwork from the 1930's on LPG and they were suggesting to wrap the bottle with a heater hose to warm it for cold conditions.
I nearly mentioned a point about tank heating. As said though, wonder how your single point install would work at such low temps, wonder how a sequential system would work at such low temps.
That's my kind of holiday. None of this mucking about sightseeing or anything like that. Drive somewhere to prove you can, take a couple of photos, have a couple of beers and a nights kip, then drive back again.
I nearly mentioned you too, mate. Some of your exploits have also made interesting reading and made me wish I was doing the same kind of things. I agree with your sentiment, although I don't mind sightseeing regards a good view, on a road trip I don't mind if that view is only out of the car window. I love a good road trip - Other year me and my son just took off on a spur of the moment 'lets just jump in the car and go' trip, only to Scotland but with the main intention of getting as far North as possible in half the time we had while setting aside the other time for the journey home. Exciting, a little surreal, and giving a great sense of adventure and freedom. Wasn't so good when the alternator packed up in Scotland on a bank holiday weekend though, no chance of getting another Chrysler alternator or any bushes for the existing unit! Only made it back under own power and (almost) on time at all because I bought a little generator and used that along with a small battery charger to (almost) keep the battery in enough juice to power the vehicle electrics (on only side lights and cutting the petrol pump wire)! Since son has had his own car, I've told him we should do it again in his car and fingers crossed we won't have any problems next time.
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