I went to a local fabrication shop to get an aluminum blank cut and bent for my dash. I’ll also have a bit of extra aluminum for other it’s and pieces.
Hey Jim.. as ever.. love your work..I think it looks good Glenn. One thing I would recommend is to use stainless steel lines. You can get it in all different sizes. You want to get double annealed line. It bends as easy as steel. It flares good too. The reason I'm recommend this is because of the increase in ethanol that is in gasoline. Ethanol tends to cause things to rust and deteriorate. I know for a fact that GM had a problem with there fuel lines due to this. People were getting rust deposits in the top of their injectors. I'm sure other OEMs were getting it too, but I only know first hand about GM. A friend of mine had problems with his Chevy truck.
I used 1/2 OD for fuel supply and 1/4 OD for return. The reason I used such big line for supply is because I thought about running the car on E85 gas and knew I would be using more fuel, so I wanted to have the supply line big enough that I wouldn't ever have a problem.
This is the company Classic Tube
I bought straight lengths, which came in card board tubes.
I bought the line fittings from Summit racing I think.