1956-1982 Corvette Reproduction Fuel Tanks and the related parts you need to complete your restoration or replacement project. End your rusted, leaking fuel tank problems now!
Our 1956-1982 Corvette Reproduction Fuel Tanks have the correct indentations for mounting, and include all applicable tubes, filler neck gasket, O-ring, and lock rings necessary for your year of installation.
Tech Note: 1957 Corvette fuel tanks under went a mid-year change from a non-vented fuel tank to a vented fuel tank. This change took place somewhere between VIN # E57S101412 (non-vented) and E57S101450 (vented). The later vented fuel tanks have a small 90 degree vent pipe on the top passenger side of the tank. Tech Note: 1961 Corvette fuel tanks also under went a mid-year change from a non-baffled fuel tank to an internally baffled fuel tank.
Tech Note: For 1968-74 Corvette Fuel Tank application line listings, HP stands for Horsepower. EEC stands for Evaporative Emission Control. For Corvettes equipped with EEC, there will be line fittings on the side of the tank. We strongly advise you to review your present tank and to compare it with the photos of our tanks, available for viewing when you click on the part numbers in the line listings below. Also from 1972-on, all Horsepower ratings are SAE net instead of SAE gross. ?