The 78 Camaro' s gas line

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No wonder I had a major gas leak. Looks like it's the original line from 1978. It was stiff and brittle. I don't know how the previous owner over looked this when he was doing all his tinkering.
 

Aspen7

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It broke off while the car was idling in the carport last night and a heck of a lot of gas ran out before I saw what was happening and shut it off. My daughter could have been driving it down the road when this happened.
 
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 Originally Posted By: oilboy123
Good to hear it is handled. Looks like the dreaded too big of a file/picture that got deleted by the Mods......I did not get to see the picture. \:\(
Mods didn't do it......photobucket link must of changed...I do wanna see the pic too! Glad to see a good outcome.
 

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 Originally Posted By: Pablo
 Originally Posted By: oilboy123
Good to hear it is handled. Looks like the dreaded too big of a file/picture that got deleted by the Mods......I did not get to see the picture. \:\(
Mods didn't do it......photobucket link must of changed...I do wanna see the pic too!
 
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I had a 78 Grand Prix with similiar gas lines. I had to remove the gas tank and replace all of the lines running from it to the metal lines that turns back into rubber again. Not a fun job!
 
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I figured they deleted because the file size was too big. Yes that old hose will get you every time....... Another false accusation against the Mods..........
 
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