We where towing a vehicle with a 69 international pickup we had converted to a wrecker. And the fuel pump went out. So We pulled the shift boot of and used one of the radiator hose clamps to secure it to the filler neck. Used a piece of fence wire twisted tight to replace the radiator hose clamp. Straight lined the connections at the fuel pump. Used a clamp from the fuel pump. to clamp a air hose to the small end of the shift boot. Used the air chuck on the end to get air from the spare to pressurize the gas tank. My sons rode in the bed and when it started running out of gas they just added more air until the shift boot ballooned. Years before I had a Y block in my 56 ford truck and the fuel pump went out Near Walnut Ridge Ar, Took off the hood & set it in the bed and hooked a hose directly to the carb. Siphoned a glass bleach gallon jar full of gas and siphon fed the carb . Big Pat Miguire held his arm out the window holding the jug high enuf to siphon. we had to refill that jug a couple of times .