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    Gas tank resealing?

    Got an early gas tank leaking at a seam at the front. Anyone know of a shop in Orange County, CA(or close) that repairs and restores gas tanks? The tank is out of car and put a new refurb tank in but it doesn't have the same textured finish and I'd like to restore the old tank. TIA!

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    OK, thanks for the info. New refurbed tank's already in and the texture isn't exactly like that but probably not worth fooling with? There's a gas tank Renu place off Alondra in Bellflower that said they could do it but there seems to be mixed opinions on whether a tank leaking at the seam will hold up etc? Probably just gather up the old tank and store it for now Thanks!

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