|06-17-2012, 07:07 PM||#1|
Almighty GTO Legend
Join Date: May 2004
Amazing what you find in a gas tank
I replaced a fuel tank in a 64 Catalina and this is what i found in the old tank. The tank bottom was caved in so some clever wrench installed this contraption in the tank hoping to be able to scavenge fuel from the tank. He failed because the 90 degree elbow that was used was actually a tee and the cap that was on the unused branch didn't have a clamp on it and it swelled from chemical reaction.
Drive 'em like you stole 'em!
HOTROD64 YS400/TKO 5 speed Custom Road Racer
1969 GTO HT YS400/T400 stock, second owner
2004 GTO Phantom Black LS1/M6 *Wrecked*
2004 GTO Yellowjacket LS1/M6
1974 GTO builder (350/3 spd) hatchback 1 of 687
1974 GTO beater ('66 389/T350) hatchback 1 of 687
2006 2-cents award winner
2007 member of the year
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