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The pic makes it look very nice. I have a few questions - hope you can answer.
Did you buy the Stainless or the aluminum version? Are they true recovery systems of just 'catch' cans?
Did you bid on yours or buy it outright? I just got Must+'s April Newsletter. Their version is $80 ON SALE.
Are the mounting tabs located so that they are exclusive to a Mustang or could they be easily used on other old cars? I have an old Dodge that goes thru a couple of gallons of antifreeze every year - I'd love to find a nice-looking means of hanging on to the coolant (not to speak of the poison I'm putting out for wildlife and domestic animals).

Thanks for the tip!

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The one I got is stainless. There are different lengths to be bid on. It comes with mounting brackets so you can use it on anything. The over flow tube attatches to one tube on the bottom. There is another tube that runs up higher inside that is an overflow if the tube fills all the way up. The top unscrews and has an oring to seal it. It came with brackets, screws, rivets to attach brackets and hose clamps too. More than I expected. I am happy with the product and result. Just wanted to pass on what I thought was a good deal.

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Thanks for the heads up, I have been looking at these and this seems the right time to buy one or 2. John

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