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I have been told that 28 Plymouth used Kingston vacuum tanks, Is this true and did they solely use Kingston? Trying to collect any avail info on this tank for my own restoration. Thanks

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  • 8 months later...

Correct. From the first 1928 Plymouth model Q thru mid production Plymouth model 30-U the fuel vacuum tanks were produced by Kingston out of Kokomo, IN. In 1930 they had a glass sediment bowl screwed into the bottom. Prior to that, the fuel line made a direct connection into a fitting in the bottom of the can.

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