help with Grumman 1970 restoration.


I am looking for a place that may have a fuel tank I can adapt for my 1970 Grumman.  Have tried several auto parts places but can't seem to find the correct sending unit.  I have the tank but no sending unit or pick up.  Any info on RV salvage yards would be most helpful. 

Rebuilt the brakes engine is 350 Chevy and runs great, using portable boat tank for now/  Looking for permanent solution.  In North Central Florida.


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Comment by Robert W on September 22, 2011 at 10:01pm
On my rig I have 2 tanks, one with a fuel gauge and one without. I burn the no gauge tank until it sputters, switch over and drive until I need fuel.
Comment by Kirk Hoffman on May 29, 2011 at 6:20pm

Hey Steve, I have a tank off a Chevy chassis, I'm pretty sure it's in good condition.  The only problem is that I'm in the most Northern part of Illinois. Shipping could be pricey.

     I have a '73 Grumman on an International chassis, and wouldn't trade it for a brand new rig. I like my 1/8th inch thick aluminum walls. I am going through it in preparation for going on the road this Fall. I had a fire a while back and she's been sitting for 10 years. I just moved it on it's own power this afternoon and it's sounding good. Tell me about your Grumman.  Kirk



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