Classic Industries Now Offers OER® Authorized Replacement Fuel Tanks for Classic GM Truck Models
Huntington Beach, Calif. (August 26, 2015) – Classic Industries is proud to announce availability of new OER® Authorized replacement fuel tanks for various 1967-81 Chevrolet/GMC truck models. These fuel tanks are made from zinc-coated stamped steel and have a capacity of 16 through 20 gallons (depending on model). Each tank includes fuel sender lock ring, o-ring gasket and filler neck (unless otherwise specified) for a complete installation. These fuel tanks mount inside the cab, vertically against the rear cab wall.
Each fuel tank is manufactured to factory specifications, just like the originals, and features industry standard corrosion resistance. Hardware and mounting straps are available separately if needed. Fuel tanks may be viewed online via the following part numbers:
- FT5002A – 1967-72 Chevrolet/GMC Truck ½ ton 20 gallon without EEC system
- FT5003A – 1970-72 Chevrolet/GMC Truck ½ ton 20 gallon with EEC system
- FT5005A – 1973-81 Chevrolet/GMC Truck 16 gallon without filler neck
- FT5006A – 1973-81 Chevrolet/GMC Truck 20 gallon without filler neck
These fuel tanks have been hard to find in the past, but thanks to Classic Industries, there are now plenty in stock and ready to ship immediately.
ABOUT CLASSIC INDUSTRIES:
Located in Huntington Beach, California, Classic Industries is the recognized leader of the restoration parts industry, offering products for classic Camaro, Firebird, Nova, Tri-Five, Impala, Chevrolet/GMC trucks and Mopar A, B, and E-Body models. Parts for GM models span from 1947 to 2015 and include a wide variety of licensed GM Restoration Parts™ products, while the Mopar line offers the most comprehensive selection of licensed Mopar Authentic Restoration Products™ in the industry with parts for 1960-76 Dodge and Plymouth models.
Classic Industries can be reached toll free at 1-855-357-2787 (includes Alaska, Hawaii); the international phone is 001.714.847.6887 Canada and Puerto Rico). Visit Classic Industries on the web at www.classicindustries.com