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Thanks for the encouragement and tips.
I just pulled the tank out of my 65.
The last three bolts came out with the stuck boult socket.
Best part I did it all by myself. Just a few years ago I was on a walker and not able to lift my hands over my head.
Next step install new fuel line and tank I have both in the garage ready.

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Nice. Best part of working on cars, to me, is running into problems and resolving them myself. Unfortunately if you work on old Mustangs you will have plenty of opportunities to have that feeling of resolving a problem.
 

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So glad you're improving in so many ways ! Keep getting stronger and wiser !
 

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Good for you! You may already be planning or know, but just in case, wire brush that flange as good as you can, brush paint some por15 on it, use a fair amount of 3m caulk strips on the ridges before you drop the new tank in.
 

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Welcome to VMF.
 
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