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Dynacorn T28C 21 Gallon Fuel Tank, 73-79 Nova/Apollo
Dynacorn T28C 21 Gallon Fuel Tank, 73-79 Nova/Apollo

Dynacorn T28C 21 Gallon Fuel Tank, 73-79 Nova/Apollo

73-75 Buick Apollo, 73-79 Chevy Nova, OEM Replacement Fuel Tank Style, 21 gallons Capacity

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Dynacorn T28C 21 Gallon Fuel Tank, 73-79 Nova/Apollo
Dynacorn T28C 21 Gallon Fuel Tank, 73-79 Nova/Apollo
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Fuel Tank Style:
OEM Replacement
Fuel System Type:
Carbureted
Fuel Type:
Gasoline
Capacity:
21 gallons
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
Color:
Natural
Sending Unit Included:
No
Fuel Pump Included:
No
Filler Neck Included:
No
Tank Straps Included:
No
Hardware Included:
No
MFG. Part #:
GT02-73
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This top of the line heavy duty reproduction gas tank from Dynacorn is guaranteed to fit and give you the needed clean fuel for long lasting performance. This fuel tank fits 1973-79 Chevy Nova and Buick Apollo.

  • Steel construction
  • Powder coated finish
  • 21 gallon capacity
  • Fits 73-79 Chevy Nova and Buick Apollo
  • Sold each
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