AMD 890-3567 67-68 Camaro Firebird Gas Tank
67-68 Chevy Camaro, 67-68 Pontiac Firebird, OEM Replacement Fuel Tank Style, Steel, Natural
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Exact fit for easy installation
Factory leak tested
Meets or exceeds manufacturer's specifications
Most extensive coverage in the aftermarket
O.E.M. approved ni terne steel
Precision engineered and tooled under OE specifications
Manufactured under drop-in
All models are validated for fit, form, and function before released into the market
Manufactured under ISO 9001 / TS 16949 quality system
Transit tested packaging
Perfect fit guarantee
Product line coverage
Product liability insurance
Three year warranty
For use with gasoline containing up to 20% ethanol (E20) and diesel containing up to 5% biodiesel (B5)
Application1967-1968 Chevy Camaro
1967-1968 Pontiac Firebird
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