A flat, rear-fill, 18 gallon fuel tank is located beneath the luggage compartment floor (figure 30). The lower half of the tank has reinforcement ribs with strips of anti-squeak material cemented to the intermediate ribs which carry the attaching straps. the carrying straps are hooked through a double slot in the rear compartment panel reinforcement and attach to strap bolts provided at the rear of the panel reinforcement.
A new, vented anti-surge type filler cap is exposed and located in the rear body panel recess. A service only chromed-plated cap was available for all models and color combinations. the production cap is painted body color and due to warranty obligations was available for replacement when the vehicle was in warranty.
The fuel tank meter unit is mounted on top of the tank necessitating tank removal to replace the metering unit.
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Chevrolet Service News Sept- Oct 1966 Volume 38, Number 9