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Old 08-29-2004, 10:08 PM
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1938 plymouth

looking for a plastic, fiberglas, or new metal gas tank for a 1938 plymouth sedan ?
anyone know any mfg. leads ???????????
or tell me about the one you have to sell.

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Fuel tanks

Jegs..Summit racing and the local wrecking yard..you will need to know the capacity required and the length width and depth that you can use..also is it left hand..right hand or center fill..center sump or right hand sump..do you need sfi approved tank..??

How about a sending unit..fuel gauge..once we know all that then we can go shopping for a tank..

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I have tried most all of it and now do what is known to work..
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38 Plymouth Gas Tank

I also have a 38 Plymouth (Coupe). I used a tank from a company called Tanks Inc.. You can find them advertised in Street Rodder magazine. I replaced mine with a custom made SS tank because my exhaust ran right next to the tank.

They are made from thick Polyvinal and are great! They come with the filler neck that mates right up to the stock filler location.
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