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Old 02-13-2019, 11:59 AM
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Default '42 Siebert Amb Ford gas tank

Does any one have a pix of the gas tank, The one I have has the filler pipe going under the frame? Make sense to any one?
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with out seeing what they used to build it out from it's a guess. but I would think the panel wagon. which is under the body on that one. but that is a shot in the dark.
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No pics of that , but I have sales brochure for it if you need anything from it.
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If the information here is correct, 42 was a year of changes
http://coachbuilt.com/bui/s/siebert/siebert.htm

Looks like a combination of the war beginning for the US and some changes from Ford both factored in.

There were a couple other hits from Duckduckgo for 42 Siebert that may be helpful. Unfortunately they were more in the nature of converting the cars to hotrods.
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