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Old 11-29-2008, 08:00 PM
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Looking for a 1947/1948 Chevy fuel tank

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I am restoring a 1948 Chevy 5 window pick-up. This truck belonged to my Grand Father and has been in the barn since 1976. This is my second restoral. The first was a 1965 GTO. It took me 5 years to complete. My question is where can I find a fuel tank that mount under the bed on the right side, in front of the axle. The fuel tank was only used in 1947 & 1948

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panel and 'burbs had the same tank to 53(don't know about 54-55).
i pitched one a couple of months ago after having it on ebay and NOBODY wanted it (with brackets).
figures....
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You could do something like I'm doing and put a tank from a Chevy Astro in your ride. All kinds of tanks will fit with minor modifications, unless you are doing a complete resto, not a rod.
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