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Old 02-06-2014, 12:50 AM   #4
Augie88GT
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George, that's a great idea. But I have the same feelings as Chris, that it may not be gasoline-resistant enough. And, as you pointed out, it is less than half the thickness of the stock part.

On my 1988 Mustang GT, I have a different problem with that whole area. Of course, I am referring to the area under the fuel filler door (where the gas cap is). On my car, that entire area has a ton of mold growing in it. Is this common? I am sure that the moist climate here in Staten Island, NY is a contributing factor. It's not like I live in Arizona or something.
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