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I have/had the same problem with my 67 coupe.
Found the fuel tank was fitting like a dick in a hat.
Sealed the gaps and that improved things a lot. Not fixed totally yet,I just keep filling every seam and hole I can see.
Put a light in the boot (trunk) and seal where the light comes out do it at night or at least with the door closed (garage not car)

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