Correct, it was Coleman's name for additive-free gasoline that they sold in a gallon can for about $10 I always used gasoline from the pump. The problem with that was it supposedly clogged up the "generator" on the stove, but the reasonable route was use regular gas and buy a new generator if it eventually clogged up for about $5. In the last 10 yrs Coleman quit making generators, at least for my model, a single burner backpacking-type stove, which makes the stove kind of kaput. Once I ran out of gas about half a mile or so from a gas station and I emptied the stove into my bike and took off for the station.I have a Coleman camp stove from the 1960s. I've always used Coleman fuel. I believe the alternative is "white gas." When I was a child, I understood "white gas" to mean unleaded. Unleaded was not easy to find in the 1960s or 70s. The Coleman fuel does not resemble kerosene. My stove is designed to run on gasoline. BOOM!
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