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Fuel Cap for 1931 MODEL 300

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adavison
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Fuel Cap for 1931 MODEL 300

Post by adavison » Tue Mar 26, 2013 7:25 pm

I am looking for an original style fuel cap for a model 300 the cap has 2 tabs and twists on a 2" pipe it is not threaded and as far as we know it was an original.
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Re: Fuel Cap for 1931 MODEL 300

Post by solopar » Thu Apr 25, 2013 6:55 am

I hope that you have already bought your wife her jewelry for the year, b/c this is gonna cost ya:) The guys at http://www.classicboatconnection.com/cl ... atalog.pdf gas caps for sale. They are very helpful too, I really like working with them.

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Re: Fuel Cap for 1931 MODEL 300

Post by JohnKadimik » Thu Apr 25, 2013 7:44 am

Try Jim Staib. Www.finewoodboats.com

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Re: Fuel Cap for 1931 MODEL 300

Post by Tom Gruenauer » Thu Apr 25, 2013 8:17 am

I've got a repro "dog bone" that is for sale, not sure if that is the one you need.
Let me know.
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Re: Fuel Cap for 1931 MODEL 300

Post by adavison » Thu Apr 25, 2013 10:56 am

Thanks for the information, Yes I know Jim Staib and he did not know that one. I figured it was an automotive one and found out that it is a Model A 1930-31 fuel/radiator cap model A-8100-B and I purhcased it from Snyders antique auto parts, Inc. for $ 19.00 plus freight. Their phone number is 330-549-5313

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