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Many Street Rod shops offer flap style gas filler holes.

Anyone weld one in a 66/67 Quarter?
How about a filler hole from a Honda or something?

I'm thinking of a sleeker way for the wagon and was looking for any tips or pointers.

-Brent Thomas
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Gas filler door

Take a look at a late model S10 Blazer/Jimmy gas door, the round style. There's plenty of them around in the boneyards. Panel is fairly flat, and I have seen guys use these on a number of different make customs. Might be cheaper than what the rod vendors sell them for.
 

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i had a "Hagens" fuel fill door installed in the Flyer...

check the Link-Library, RB's hotrod parts. they handle Hagen doors...


hope i helped :D
 

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hey nightshade i considered shaving my door as well as just about everything else is shaved....how are you going to have it set up....
 

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new2novas said:
hey nightshade i considered shaving my door as well as just about everything else is shaved....how are you going to have it set up....
Just the gas door since I have a cell. Leaving the door handles in place.



Brent.....Sending you a PM.....!!
 

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'97 Ford Ranger pick-up..works for me as it matches the body style better with it's square shape .....my opinion anyway.
 

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Thanks all (and thanks Nightshade !!).

I think a square door would fit the contours and style of a 66/67 Wagon cleaner.

After blowing a couple of welding holes in some floor patch work, I am a little nervous about welding "seen" sheetmetal!! But the wheel wells and fuel door are on my list.

Thanks all and keep the conversation coming !!

-Brent Thomas
Ohio
 
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