1968 Mustang Fuel Tanks

Mustang Fuel Tank Area

Keep Your 1968 Mustang's Fuel Tank and Components Updated for Continued Performance

1968 Mustang Fuel Tanks

Mustang Fuel Tank Area

Keep Your 1968 Mustang's Fuel Tank and Components Updated for Continued Performance

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1968 Fuel Tank Area

It's no secret that the fuel tank on the 1968 Mustang was one of the areas most prone to rust over time. If you're restoring a classic Mustang and discover rust around the fuel tank, replacing it is an easy solution. Many enthusiasts even decide to upgrade their fuel tank at the same time to get a larger capacity or a tank more resistant to corrosion.

Pick the Right Fuel Tank

The 16-gallon fuel tank that came stock in your 1968 Mustang is definitely adequate. But with a 22-gallon tank, you could have the potential to go even longer between fuel-ups. If you love taking long Sunday drives and hate having to pull over, then this is a great addition!

You can also opt to get a fuel tank made out of better materials than your original. Stainless steel tanks are much more rust-resistant.

If you've been considering making the switch to an EFI fuel system, this could be a great time to make the swap and get a fuel tank that's EFI compatible.

There are many ways to upgrade your '68 Mustang's fuel tank to meet your unique needs.

Not the year you're looking for? Check out these years: 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, or 1973 for additional options.