Speedway 1932 Ford Steel Fuel Tanks
1932 Ford Model B, 1932 Ford Model 18, 1932 Ford Model BB, 1932 Ford Sedan Delivery, Steel
Our steel fuel tanks accept aftermarket sending units and are an easy bolt-in installation.
This tank comes with pick up assembly with three lines (one outlet, one return & one vent line). Has spot for typical aftermarket 5-bolt sender.
Bolt-in pickup assembly has three outlets:
- one for pickup
- one for return
- one for vent
Also includes a hole towards the front (in line with the pickup) that is designed for a standard aftermarket sending unit. It has the typical 5-bolt pattern and accepts Stewart Warner, Auto-Meter and other fuel sending units from aftermarkets suppliers.
- Tank is approximately 38-3/4" wide including perimeter flange
- Overall length front to rear at the widest point is 15-3/4", including an extended flange area on about a third of the front edge for an additional 3/4"
- Majority of tank depth front to rear is 15"
- Overall height is approximately 9"
- Filler neck is welded in at the stock location
- The perimeter flange is designed to lay on top of the rails and has two mounting holes on the driver's side that are approximately 7-3/8" center to center and in from the edge about 1/2"
- There is additional hole marked, but not punched, between these holes
- On the passenger side, there is one mounting hole and two marked holes at the same 7-3/8" spacing as the driver's side
- The rear flange drops straight downward about 1-1/4"
- The extended front flange has two 3/8" attachment holes pre-punched
- Remainder of perimeter flange is approximately 1" wide and the mounting holes are in 1/2" from the sides
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