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Old 07-14-2006, 03:46 PM   #1
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Caravel Holding tank

Is there an avilability of holding tanks which can be installed to a 65 Caravel? Or has anyone made one for such an application.
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Old 07-14-2006, 05:07 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by D Bishop
Is there an avilability of holding tanks which can be installed to a 65 Caravel? Or has anyone made one for such an application.

We have them.

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Old 07-14-2006, 05:16 PM   #3
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C Johnson had a larger one custom made that extended into the wasted space at the floor of the closet. It's in his thread about his Caravel restoration.

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Andys got 'em

I just got one of his tanks...after many other trys. I was trying to cut the cost. It was not worth the effort. His are expensive, but, they fit and are solid quality items.

You do not, repeat, do not have to disassemble the closets, etc., to get the tank in/out. See my other posts on the subject.

Reminds me of the time, as an Air Force Pilot, I was sent to Navy Jacksonville to demo an airplane. I was greatly impressed with the moral an Esprit de Corps those Navy guys had. Each ship had its own personalized bragging signage and bumper stickers on the the cars of all sailors, of those particular ships, showing the ships name and its individual slogan. One, in particular, got my attention and all the Navy personnel got a grin at my questioning it. I recognized most ship names but was lost with the bumper sticker:

"BOHICA...........our screws never stop turning"

Navy humor at my USAF expense......BOHICA.....Bend over, here it comes again.
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