I removed one of the screws that hold the fill neck to the rear body pannel and secured the cap using that hole. I think I had to drill out the hole just a little. I don't know if this is acceptable for a true resto or not. Rhat
As you look at the filler screws from the back it is the lower left one I believe - try holding the cap up and see which one it would normally line up with. You will need to drill the hole out slightly if the car hasn't had a cable retained unit before.
A WORD FOR THE WISE ON NEW GAS CAPS... I once bought a new gas cap and didn't think twice about it until it collapsed my gas tank because i neglected to buy a vented cap. Be sure you have a vented cap or you will have a potatoe chip for a gas tank. It went from 16 gallons to 5 real quick.. LEsson learned and I taught myself to put in a new tank.
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