100 octane fuel is technically pump gas near me. There's a place 15 minutes away that sells it at a regular gas station. Sunoco 260 GT. They have leaded race gas there as well. There is also another fuel supply place 10 minutes away that can siphon it into jugs or sell it in 15, 30, or 55 gallon drums. It does cost 2.5x as much as regular gas, but I do like knowing it's the highest quality non-race fuel I can get and I'll never have any issues with getting a bad tank of fuel. It smells really nice too! The car may see pump gas as well, but it's nice to have options locally. A lot of local hot rodders run the 100 octane because their older engines are sensitive to crappy gasoline. Heck, people even put the stuff in their yard equipment. It has a 2 year shelf life in a sealed container, or filled gas tank with a balloon over the vent.