1967 Mustang Fuel Tank

Mustang Fuel Tank Area

Keep Your 1967 Mustang's Fuel Tank in Shape for Reliable Performance

1967 Mustang Fuel Tank

Mustang Fuel Tank Area

Keep Your 1967 Mustang's Fuel Tank in Shape for Reliable Performance

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Have you noticed that your 1967 Mustang's fuel gauge isn't quite lining up with what's actually in your tank? Or have you noticed signs of a leak, like a strong gas smell while you're driving? If so, it's time to look at your fuel tank and components.

Fuel for Your Mustang

Unfortunately for classic Mustangs, the fuel tank is one of the areas that's most susceptible to rust. That means that most restorations involve replacing the fuel tank. Factory replacement fuel tanks are available that offer a direct fit. These replacements even come with the fuel sending unit and associated gaskets and hardware.

The sending unit is the part to blame if your gauge and tank aren't lining up. If that's the only issue with your fuel tank, you can purchase the sending units separately.

If you're burning through fuel and tired of stopping for gas, you can also get a larger fuel tank. By replacing your 16-gallon with a 22 you'll be able to drive further between fill-ups.

Not the year you're looking for? Check out these years: 1964, 1965, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, or 1973 for additional options.