Thanks pop, got it. I just got some old fuel and don't want to waste it, so use it as engine cleaner.
Following are interesting question and answer section between me and one of our biggest local track:
First of all. I'm not asking for exchange. It is cheap and not cost effective for me to bring it for exchange. I just want to make sure the fuel is bad or not so as to prevent my expensive engine got damaged!
This is the first time I buy Blue thunder so, I don't know exactly what the color should like. Actually, what I saw in your ACO office is all green color. One of my friend also got green color too.
Now I know what is your business practice and will make sure I will let as many as possible people know your practice.
Thanks for your reply.
>From: MiMi Cheng <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: Driver Taxi <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: Blue Thunder Fuel
>Date: Thu, 02 Jan 2003 10:22:54 +0800
>I am wonder that you told me that the fuel have a problem.
>When you bought the fuel, you must really clear to see the colour of the fuel.
>That becuase it is a transparent bottle. If you found that had a problem, you
>should exchange it immediately. But now you said the fuel had changed the
>colour. We don't find any of our fuel have this problem.
>Aco Company Limited
> > Hello,
> > I've just bought a bottle of Blue Thunder 20% from ACO (at special price).
> > However the color of the fuel is green, not blue. I'm a little bit worried
> > about the quality fo the fuel, is it normal? Is it the fuel store for too
> > long and chemical changed.
> > Thanks.
> > Allen
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