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Forum Name: Four Doors and Wagons
Forum Description: Technical discussion for 4-doors and station wagons
Printed Date: 30-November-2023 at 1:53AM
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Topic: Wagon fuel tanks
Posted By: Eliteman76
Subject: Wagon fuel tanks
Date Posted: 24-April-2019 at 4:03AM
Morning all-
I got into a bit of a discussion on needed Torino parts, and the theme for Wagon owners seems to be the need for a replacement fuel tank.

I was talking to a company that builds tanks, and the guys were asking what sort of demand is there, and is there a tank available to look at.

The issue here is, frankly I won't lie, it's not a cheap preposition to undertake due to low volume and basically fabricating a custom one-off piece.

The balance comes in, much like we've been doing recently for other items, in getting a group buy together to produce a part for our cars.

I posted up on Facebook, but I want to have something here so we can it where discuss things and not have the discussion get lost in a matter of days.  

Andrew:GTS.ORG admin, '72 Q code 5 speed Restomod
Pondering: #99Problems

Posted By: GTW
Date Posted: 24-April-2019 at 4:24AM
I might be interested in one, but my budget is very tight. My car’s been running off a jerry can in the engine bay because there’s rust in my tank from sitting so long, but I was going to go the cheap route and dump some sealer/fluid into the tank.

What I kind of want to do though (once I have the money...) is have Fuel Safe make me a fuel cell. The tank location really isn’t ideal in a driver’s side hit.

1973 Gran Torino station wagon
1971 Maverick 2 Door
Retired 60s NHRA Anglia

Posted By: torinojon
Date Posted: 18-November-2019 at 10:51AM
there is 2 types of wagons tanks for the 1972 -77 torino and montego.i tried a 1975 torino wagon tank in my 1973 montego wagon and it did not fit.i found a nos 77 ltd 2 wagon tank for my wagon and put it the problem is there is 2 tanks for these wagons.same tank but some thing in the neck is not the same..


Posted By: unlovedford
Date Posted: 08-December-2019 at 3:45PM
Hmm. I have a '76 wagon tank I was going to install into one of my '72 wagons. Wonder what the difference is?

1972 Mom's Squire Wagon
1972 Torino Wagon
1976 Torino       
1968 Cougar XR7-First batch
1972 Torino 460
1989 BroncoII/Jeeps/Titanimous
Popeye and Brutus (Rams)

Posted By: handsofstone
Date Posted: 08-December-2019 at 4:19PM
Me too. I will wait for your response after you get done.Wink

Posted By: handsofstone
Date Posted: 25-April-2022 at 4:40AM
The parts wagon I grabbed  trim from has the fuel tank sitting out of it. Guy said it didn't leak but is gunked up inside. Not sure about shipping but it is free  73 Tirino wagon.

Posted By: Eliteman76
Date Posted: 25-April-2022 at 5:21AM
I would grab the tank. A radiator shop can boil the tank for cheap.

That way if a guy is looking for a usable tank, he can have the tank coated inside and out by a radiator shop and be good to go.

Andrew:GTS.ORG admin, '72 Q code 5 speed Restomod
Pondering: #99Problems

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