Quick science lesson for those who don't know:
HOW OIL REFINING WORKS
Crude oil is sort of evaporated and distilled. It is condensed in a big tower. Different weights of oil condense at different heights - heavier oils, like motor oil, near the bottom and lighter oils, like gasoline, near the top.
Since 2-stroke oil (not counting synthetics) is a petroleum distillate, and gasoline is a lighter-weight petroleum distillate, when we mix them, are we essentially just recreating an oil weight somewhere between the two? I think this is the case.
- Theoretically, one could manufacture "moped fuel", taken right off the refinery tower. This would be impractical because there is little demand for such a thing, and would make it impossible to fine-tune your mixture.
-It is unlikely that they simply throw away any of those distillates. Therefore, it is likely that whatever weight range we are talking about is commercially available in some form or another. What is it?
-After the apocalypse, when most of the gasoline has been used up, we'll be laughing even harder than immediately after, when it was just scarce, because we'll be running on transmission fluid or whatever shit works. We'll probably be fouling a lot of plugs, but at least we'll be moving.