Check out the price of a new gas tank.... Also check out the internet
for items like this. Yes, you may get by cheaper by cleaning it out,
but it will not last nearly long enough after removing the rust.
Quid quid latine dictum sit altum videtur.
(That which is said in Latin sounds profound.)
You'll want to coat the inside of the tank to protect it after you clean
it. You can either have it done professionally or buy the coating
yourself. Eastwood Company sells a coating for the inside of a gas
tank. Whatever you do, don't just clean it and then re-use it.
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