While gas tanks in 1970, 1971 or 1972 El Caminos can be used for a long time, they can become damaged from fuel misuse, as well as rusting from weather conditions. The El Camino Store offers this reproduction gas tank that has been manufactured to match factory specifications and will replace your original gas tank. It has tin construction like the original, and can hold up to 17 gallons. Including the locking ring and seal for the sending unit, you will have all you need for a full gas tank replacement on your classic. Whether your original tank is damaged, or you would simply like a more updated look to make your 70, 71 or 72 El Camino really pop, this gas tank reproduction is exactly what you need. Trust The El Camino Store for all of your restoration and replacement needs.
What is EEC? EEC is an acronym for Evaporation Emission Control. It usually appears as a second and third vent port at the front of the gas tank. These ports act as a return line from the charcoal canister, fuel pump and vapor separator. EEC usually appeared on vehicles produced for sale in California and other emissions control states.
|Make / Model||Series||Body||Notes||Year|
|CHEVROLET EL CAMINO||1970, 1971, 1972|
|CHEVROLET EL CAMINO||El Camino, Pickup Delivery||1970, 1971, 1972|
|CHEVROLET EL CAMINO||El Camino, Super Sport (SS) Pickup Delivery||1970, 1971, 1972|
|GMC SPRINT||1971, 1972|
|GMC SPRINT||GMC Sprint, Pickup Delivery||1971, 1972|
|GMC SPRINT||GMC Sprint, Special Performance (SP) Pickup Delivery||1971, 1972|
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