Ill have to dig up some pics. But on my 62 I have two fram HPG-1 filters and a HP pump for the EFI on the right side of my 20 gal fuel cell.
The pick-up is at the rear of the tank, off on the small sump thats standard with the aluminum cells you see from summit or jegs. Mine is a triangle engineering tank from the 90s, company prolly outta business now. But the 20 gallon tanks you see from summit or jegs looks the same.
So I routed the lines (two of them for EFI) from the tank to the right side, and at the sump level to make sure the pump was always "under" the fuel.
I enclosed the aluminum tank, filters and pump in 16ga steel to keep it all out of the road debris, rocks and pebbles from the tires and road..
I can access the pump and filters from the trunk by removing an access panel I made. So from looking into the trunk you cant see any of it, from the road you cant see any of it. But its all serviceable from the trunk side by removing the access panel. I have full access to the rear of the tank's sump and all of the plumbing for the filters and pump. JR
Solly, no current pics of the filters and pump, I can snap some if you are interested...
But here is what it looks like with the steel case. And there is plenty of room around the tank so the case is not right on it. There is actually a frame work within the steel case to support the tank. Kinda more to the works than you can see from the pics... And its a 20 gallon tank, not a small piece..
The steel enclosure... The pump and two large filters are on the right side, enclosed in that steel enclosure, what you see, along with the aluminum tank.
Trunk some years back. Still looks the same at this point. But its not completed yet. Some day, Im working on the air ride valve panel right now.. The access panel is on the right side of the tank, looks to be part of the floor but its removable.