Last Spring I did a post, looking for suggestions on how to pump fuel into a '68 without spilling any. Live in Calif. (Bay Area) where we have those nasty pump nozzels that are great for the environment, but make it real difficult to get a tight seal at the fuel tank neck. I've tried several after market devices (clamps, u shaped slip-ons). Tried sticking my finger against the nozzle rubber, etc. Nothing seems to work. Currently, putting my 68 year old knees on the ground, press the fuel nozzel tight as I can against the filler opening, and hope for no leakage (no leakage jokes please). Usually back off every 2/3 gallons to let air out of the tank. Still get some fuel spill untill I get the nozzel position and seal just right. Any suggestions?