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    '72 Oil Tank Options

    In the past I have blasted/cleaned my oil tank and patched a few pin holes in the upper section with JB Weld. It has worked fine but I am looking to see if there are any other options to a new OEM tank ($1150). My thought is that a better option being a [repro] larger capacity/baffled ST style tank (OEM is only 7-8qts...); Aluminum would be nice too as it would not rust from the inside out (due to condensation).


    '72 911E
    '82 931, '92 968, '93 968
    S Reg #1074

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    Woodland Hills, CA
    I think I might have a nice used one lying around somewhere in my attic. If interested email me at

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