In the gas ranks you could run fuel injection, the tank out front was your fuel supply once it became a not street legal class. 3 gallons would just about make your pass and get you back to the pits. A lot of the fellas use old moon tanks for radiator overflow tanks these days. *Richard was poking fun at the "street gassers", that are mainly a '70s street beast that is called a gasser to get passed off as a traditional ride on a traditional hot rod and custom message board. Up to '64 a gas class car also known as gas coupe sedan was a really souped up stock class car basically. They were still required to retain street legal equipment. The rules got tested a lot, that's racing. By '64 a lot of them were actually dedicated race cars so street legal was sort of a nominal term. It has always amazed me that the public is more impressed with a car that nearly doesn't make it out of the staging lanes than one that will just stand up and cut a straight line. Granted this is from the prospective of an aging racer and not a show man. I am way more impressed with a car that smoothly knocks out an 11 than one that is all over the track and knocks out a 14. OK off my box, next? *Just to be open and transparant I did say that for the panties in a bunch crowd.