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Thread: 85 Liter (or larger) Tank Suppliers

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    Senior Member kentf14's Avatar
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    85 Liter (or larger) Tank Suppliers

    I wasn't able to find anything significant by searching the forum, so I thought I'd start a thread.
    Can anyone point me toward a supplier (OEM or repro) of steel 85L or larger fuel tanks with the supply/return ports for MFI? I'd rather not go plastic for safety reasons.
    It seems like someone out there must be making these.

    E911SR & RGRUPPE
    '65 911 "The Ol' Gal" (long gone)
    '73 S Coupe #306

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    100 Litre Racing or Touring Tank . . .

    . . . in steel:

    100 L racing or touring fuel tank

    EUR 4'500.00

    Original nice and very rare 100L fuel tank for any early 911 (fits also 912 but they don't need it) sandblasted and painted, filled with safety foam, good condition.
    Reproduction tank, hand made in Italy, bottom base from original tank. Tank with fender filler Euro 3000.00, with centre filler Euro 3200. Plus Euro 500.00 core charge for old tank. you can send your tank to avoid the core charge.
    All tank are pressure tested. We deliver the tanks NON painted in case you have to make adjustments to fit your car.

    Hope this helps.

    Rick Kreiskott
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    Senior Member kentf14's Avatar
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    Yikes! I've seen the elevenparts one online before. I was hoping that I could get something for less than $4K. Seems a bit much.
    E911SR & RGRUPPE
    '65 911 "The Ol' Gal" (long gone)
    '73 S Coupe #306

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    I believe Dave B. at TRE sells a repro. Check his web site.
    Bert Jayasekera
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    R Gruppe #167

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