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Reproduction 1960-64 full-size wagon gas anks
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NicksGarage
Posted 2020-01-21 10:46 PM (#593303)
Subject: Reproduction 1960-64 full-size wagon gas anks



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Vans Auto has reproduction gas tanks for many cars and I asked if they planned to make them for 1960-64 wagons. They said no as they would need to make at least 300 of them.

Are there 300 people out there needing one? I know I had a hard time finding one and almost resorted to buying a rusted out one to try and repair as I had no tank at all.

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Ev's62Chrysler
Posted 2020-01-21 10:56 PM (#593305 - in reply to #593303)
Subject: Re: Reproduction 1960-64 full-size wagon gas anks



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Not me.
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AceS
Posted 2020-02-11 11:02 AM (#594066 - in reply to #593305)
Subject: Re: Reproduction 1960-64 full-size wagon gas anks



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SavoyPlaza
Posted 2020-02-11 5:33 PM (#594089 - in reply to #593303)
Subject: Re: Reproduction 1960-64 full-size wagon gas anks



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Space Trukin Wagon
Posted 2020-02-12 7:28 PM (#594149 - in reply to #593303)
Subject: RE: Reproduction 1960-64 full-size wagon gas anks


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I would be interested in at least one gas tank. Even to just have as a spare.

A total of 300 minimum production unfortunately, seems like that maybe a difficult number to reach considering the number of wagons still around and not all of them will need a gas tank.
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jboymechanic
Posted 2020-02-12 11:46 PM (#594154 - in reply to #593303)
Subject: Re: Reproduction 1960-64 full-size wagon gas anks



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I haven't pulled mine to determine yet, but I'd be willing to be it's shot.
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