1929 fuel tank

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1929 fuel tank

Postby BigKev » 07 Mar 2014, 07:14

I have a tank to suit a 29 model. The tank is in very good condition and original with all fittings. One small dent on the seam. Contact me if you are interested. The fuel tank cap has had a makeshift breather fitted to it. BigKev

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Re: 1929 fuel tank

Postby BRIAN MARSHALL » 07 Mar 2014, 09:51

1929 Two-Speed Sports Squirrel fitment.
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Re: 1929 fuel tank

Postby BigKev » 25 Jul 2015, 09:35

I still have this tank for=sale if anyone is interested. Kevin.
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Re: 1929 fuel tank

Postby fernyhough » 04 Aug 2015, 10:05

Nice one BigKev, particularly like pic number three - scaled to the nearest foot.
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Re: 1929 fuel tank

Postby chris wastell » 04 Aug 2015, 20:13

I found myself studying the edging on the mat its sat on, wondering what kind of finish the tank could have, until the penny dropped. Numpty! :oops:
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Re: 1929 fuel tank

Postby BigKev » 05 Aug 2015, 22:08

I have been trying not to win the dull photo award. For those who have had enough of the measurements and the matt finish, here are a couple of photos from a recent excursion that have no relevance at all. KP

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Re: 1929 fuel tank

Postby chris wastell » 07 Aug 2015, 07:03

Lovely. Makes me very envious :D
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Re: 1929 fuel tank

Postby Tman » 07 Aug 2015, 07:18

A bit of sunshine is lovely, but that just looks scorched.
What would they give for some UK summer showers.... :wink:
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Re: 1929 fuel tank

Postby BigKev » 08 Aug 2015, 09:24

Its winter time and the dry time as far as rain goes. Temperatures range from 0 overnight to the low 20s during the day. Go to Google maps and you will find where its at. KP

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