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I can only get a little gas to go into a restored 1967 Ford Mustang. Can anyone help us with this, we've tried to slowly pump the gas but it still clicks off on us.

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I would have to say it's probably got a kinked filler neck hose look underneath between fill neck and the gas tank for poor routing.

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