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I have a 1965 mustang that the original owner put a eelco flip gas cap on.  The original rubber that is about 3/16" thick had deteriorated after all those years and is no longer available - I found some rubber that is proper thickness  - designed the holes for the mounting bolt and vent hole along with proper diameter (in graphtec pro studio) and put in the cb15u blade, that I use for rhinestone template and thick sandblast mask,  - cut a perfect replacement gasket.  never tell a sign/decal person that something can't be found - we make em.

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