Gasoline vapor is combustible at certain densities, and could thus be used as a fuel, an issue with this is that combustion engines and gasoline transport systems are set up viewing gasoline as a liquid, and in these scenarios, it is problematic in a gaseous or ‘vapor’ state.
Fumes from gasoline, which I believe is what this question addresses, follow this tack but it should be noted that in order to achieve consistent combustion certain consistent densities would need to be established, and any combustible vapor naturally occurring from liquid gasoline is decreasing the total mass and energy potential of the liquid.
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