I will be driving my 52 Super down to California next month. I have a 1953 Special gas tank and the fill neck is shorter than the correct one for my car. California gas pumps have these rubber collars around their fill nozzle to collect gas vapors escaping from your gas tank during the refueling process. Often I have problems getting a good seal around the neck of my fuel neck and I have to find another gas pump. Is there anyone on this forum who understands how these things work? If I used a transmission funnel to reach down into my fill neck and then put the fill nozzle into the transmission funnel, will that sense vacuum and fool the machine into pumping gasoline? I suppose what I am asking to do is against some environmental law.