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Hi new member as of today! Just wondered if any one can point me to any threads related to this topic. I have had a P38 4.6 for the last 3 years, it has been a wonderful car and am keen to continue using it longterm with renovation plans ahead. Just thought before proceeding, I would look into fuel saving since petrol will only go up!
Any advice much appreciated. Thanks
 

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LPG is the way to go if you are in the UK.
 

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+1 on an LPG conversion. I get 200-220 miles from a £35 fill up.
 

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A brick under the loud pedal...
Really not much you can do to reduce the V8s thirst other than drive very calmly. Regular maintenance, proper tyres (and pressures) and no unnecessary weight or high drag items go without saying.
 
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