The next time you fill up your classic then the chances are you won’t be putting a slice of bacon in the fuel tank.
However, pig grease is just one alternative fuel that has made the headlines and its creators say it is environmentally conscious.
So with bacon-scented exhaust fumes wafting in the air, ClassicLine picks its other favourite alternative fuels.
A few years ago, boffins at Warwick University launched a Formula 3 car that was powered by chocolate.
Although it was no ‘Picnic’ to achieve, believe us as this is no ‘Fudge’.
Indeed, don’t ‘Wispa’ it but it really did give the car a ‘Boost’ but as far as we know it was never tested on a ‘Double Decker’.
Just last year, experts at the University of Bristol manged to create a fuel from beer with predictions that it could enter large-scale production within a matter of years.
It was a ‘Stella’ achievement although we’re not sure it’s ready for use yet in a Toyota ‘Corona’.
These are some of ClassicLine’s favourite alternative car fuels. What’s yours?