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1928 Gas Cap
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Gar
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I am searching for a 1928 (533) gas cap.

I have enclosed a pic of what is on the car now. It looks like I need just the wire that locks the cap closed but I would not be opposed to getting a new cap that locks closed.

There are two posts opposite one another but the picture only shows one of the posts.

Thanks

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Posted on: 4/8 9:34
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Re: 1928 Gas Cap
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I found a real nice repro at Hershey in 2019 that was cast bronze (I think the originals were potmetal) for my 31 that looks pretty similar. Was made/sold by Henry Yeska. I'll look for his contact information and will repost. I recall looking everywhere for one but his was the first and only I've ever seen.

Posted on: 4/10 3:28
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Re: 1928 Gas Cap
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Owen_Dyneto
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I'm not aware of what might have happened to his business, tooling and residual inventory but Henry Yeska passed away several years ago.

Posted on: 4/10 6:37
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