It is not welded to the tank. There is a short hose connection between the neck and the tank. Look just inside your trunk near the latch and there is a cover to remove to see the hose and neck assembly.
The neck, and replacement hose if needed, is available from all of the repop suppliers. Jim Dyer in Stockton (209)941-0527 or Matt's in Pleasant Hill (925)676-7172 will be able to help you locally.
Be careful when and if you purchase a new tank....several of the companies offer a 67-69 gas tank...the filler necks are different...make sure u get the correct one. If it is the Original tank I would just go ahead and replace the entire unit...I took mine out the re-finish the surface...was amazed at how messed up the inside was. "They" make kits to refinish the inside but a new repo tank is about the same cost
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