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    New Pictures of my 1958 Plymouth Belvedere

    Well, here she is. It took a long time for her to get to even this point and she is still not ready for the road. Need new Fuel tank, tires, etc. She actually could use a new frame too, but she'll get along fine.

    My friend Alex told me $275.00 is a lot for a new replacement fuel tank. What do you guys think?
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    I think that price is about right for a brand new tank. Is shipping and taxes included in that?
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    It's nice to see that the fuel tanks are now galvanized. When I purchased mine, they were not.
    If you can purchase a 20 gallon fuel tank for your Plymouth for $275.00, then by all means buy it.
    As far as your progress on the Plymouth, it's shaping up. Cheers to you.
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    I paid around the same for my fuel tank, Nice to see the progress Mike..

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    Quote Originally Posted by christinejuggalo421 View Post
    Well, here she is. It took a long time for her to get to even this point and she is still not ready for the road. Need new Fuel tank, tires, etc. She actually could use a new frame too, but she'll get along fine.

    My friend Alex told me $275.00 is a lot for a new replacement fuel tank. What do you guys think?
    Some nice progress there!
    I think the $275 is reasonable for a new tank also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by christinejuggalo421 View Post
    Well, here she is. It took a long time for her to get to even this point and she is still not ready for the road. Need new Fuel tank, tires, etc. She actually could use a new frame too, but she'll get along fine.

    My friend Alex told me $275.00 is a lot for a new replacement fuel tank. What do you guys think?
    Is your frame really bad? I have a 57 savoy that I'm removing the drive train from which has a decent frame.

    Chris.

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