My 87 Buick below..... ....Has been on LPG for close to 15 years, same engine, no problems what so ever mechanically. However the tanks are located where the 3rd seat used to be witch had to be sacrificed, leaves me a 5" inch deep lockable trunk and a great big void under the car where the gas tank would normally be. Only problem I have with LPG is, in the 90's the government in Canada was going gang busters to promote the alternative fuel even giving $2k grants to those who converted. Keep in mind back then LPG was 1/4 the cost compared to gasoline In Canada converting for cheaper fuel did pay for itself in a short time if you owned the car for years and drove alot. Today 2015, LPG for the most part is a thing of the past. Gas stations for the most have removed the fill tanks = My car is stuck on the island as there are only 5 stations on the lower island that can fill my car out of 100+ gas staions..... I can never do a road trip to the mainland as where the "F" would I be able to fill it. Cost for a conversion on a carbureted car today here in Canada is not worth it not just because of where to fuel, but $3K+ for a conversion and now LPG is 4/5'th the price of gas. Personally I like my LPG, it's still a bit cheaper to operate, burns clean, motor oil NEVER turns black............ And it has happened to me where a tree hugger with there save the world carbon foot print propaganda gets in face about how my car is killing the world I mention..... How many cars have you owned in the last 6 years? Is your car still on gas??? What carbon foot print damage was done in making your new plastic car??