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Lorrie said "You got it running before my truck!". Tank is beyond repair. Looks like an upside down Mustang tank
Still a long way to go & now it gets to sit awhile.





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On 2005-01-21 14:54, qtrmiler wrote:
Lorrie said "You got it running before my truck!". Tank is beyond repair. Looks like an upside down Mustang tank
Still a long way to go & now it gets to sit awhile.





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Cool that you took it for a ride but that tank is toast. You look like you belong in the car. Good luck with it.
 

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The gas tanks in the wagons are the same as rancheros,I had a 64 2 door wagon and I used a tank from a 70 ranchero and it fit like the original so I think all 60 to 71 ranchero and wagon tanks are the same so you have plenty of years to look for. Jeff
 

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On 2005-01-21 14:54, qtrmiler wrote:
Lorrie said "You got it running before my truck!"

Falcons first, everything else is second.
Great photo with the reflection of the tree overhead in the bucket of fuel.
Great project wagon!
Ras Daniel
 
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