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1955 Ford Car Steel Fuel Tank
1955 Ford Car Steel Fuel Tank

1955 Ford Car Steel Fuel Tank

1955 Ford, Custom Replacement Fuel Tank Style, Carbureted Fuel System Type, Steel

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1955 Ford Car Steel Fuel Tank
1955 Ford Car Steel Fuel Tank
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Bob Drake Reproductions estimates this item will ship on or before September 1st.
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Fuel Tank Style:
Custom Replacement
Fuel System Type:
Carbureted
Material Type:
Steel
Hardware Included:
Yes
Overall Length:
30.25"
Overall Width:
22.375"
Overall Height:
8.875"
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  • 2 Gallon added capacity
  • All new steel reproduction tanks
  • Includes: Original-style extra-length mounting straps & hardware, sending unit gasket, and fuel injecion block-off plate & gasket
  • Comes with flange for fuel injection pickup or use fuel line outlet for carb
  • Accepts original or other after market sending units from Stewart Warner, VDO, Classic and others
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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