I was welding the other day, and sprayed HD30 near my weld, and it instantly turned to smoke, smelled just like kerosene. So that got me to thinking, i read alot about wood gassifiers, but they seem to be alot of work, and makes pretty dirty gas needing filters and all. But what if you built an oil gassifier ? You could convert that spare veggie oil to run your gasoline engines too, instead of just diesel, right ? You could probably burn used motor oils too, but im not sure how ecological that would be, but i know they used to burn it for heat in special heaters. Anyone know of this, or reasons why it wouldnt work ? Just need an oil drip on a hot really hot plate. Shouldnt even need a carb. Just a couple valves to adjust the mix. But i guess you would want to use the carb for the governer , eh , details .... I dont know if this would work, but it seems like it should , right ?