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Old 02-25-2020, 08:32 PM   #16
vern hodgson
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Default Re: 1929 Model A Fordor gas tank removal issue

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Originally Posted by Russ B View Post
Glad it came out more or less as expected. The square of felt on my 1929 Briggs Body cabriolet was tar impregnated and just took time to slowly pry it loose. Mine looked brand new on top. Any such leaky tank from one of these cars would be very desirable to a hot rodder who would likely be cutting the bottom out of a good tank. You might be able to trade yours for a better non-leaking tank using the HAMB classifieds. All 1928-9 tanks are interchangeable to the best of my knowledge.
So what is the story behind this type of tank? I thought only the fordors had them, so also on a cabriolet and also a coupe?
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