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I am searching for a gas tank for this van my son bought. He dented his terribly trying to change wheels on it. I found one but can't reach the guy now, but it's either that or get rid of this van. I can't find the post on here about modifying a mustang tank. If anyone knows of anything to help us let me know!
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Gas tanks are hard to find. They do show up on Ebay. The Mustang tank is a bit smaller. It is the spout that I believe is the difference. The Econoline filler is at the bottom of the tank. where the Mustang is near the top. Mustang tanks can be gotten from several Mustang reproduction sites.
The other is maybe someone here will have an extra tank.
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Gas tanks are hard to find. They do show up on Ebay. The Mustang tank is a bit smaller. It is the spout that I believe is the difference. The Econoline filler is at the bottom of the tank. where the Mustang is near the top. Mustang tanks can be gotten from several Mustang reproduction sites.
The other is maybe someone here will have an extra tank.
yeah, turns out the van we found was crushed, my heart dropped but we went to Missouri Mustang here near our house and found some info out...moving the something or other...my husband dealt with it so I don't know what they ordered but if we get it lined out I'll post about it for sure...so sad about the van getting crushed at that salvage yard...
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I am searching for a gas tank for this van my son bought. He dented his terribly trying to change wheels on it. I found one but can't reach the guy now, but it's either that or get rid of this van. I can't find the post on here about modifying a mustang tank. If anyone knows of anything to help us let me know!
have a good 67 tank....$100. portlandcarco@myway.com
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