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1941 gas tanks
Home away from home
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2008/8/19 13:54
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Before I start playing Phillip Marlow I thought I'd ask here. What's a good source for a 41 8cyl fuel tank? The one we have in our 160 is toast. Sitting since the 70s in a museum will do that I guess. Thanks in advance for any leads.

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Re: 1941 gas tanks
Home away from home
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Re: 1941 gas tanks
Home away from home
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2008/8/19 13:54
From S.E.Mich
Posts: 171
There's no repairing this one at all. In a museum since 74 and it rusted from the inside out. The tank belies the rest of the car's condition, and the top was torn out like paper when when it was dropped out for cleaning. I don't know if any of the proposals in that link materialized but worth a look. I'd be in the market for a good used tank, even a good repairable.

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Re: 1941 gas tanks
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From New Holstein, WI
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I havenít dealt with them, but you may want to take a look at, Rock Valley Antique Auto Parts. wwwrockvalleyantiqueautoparts.com

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Re: 1941 gas tanks
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2008/9/25 17:13
From Sydney NSW Australia
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I bought a nice reproduction tank for my 41 160 from Kepich around 4 years ago. Price, I think was $800. It is very good.

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