Now that it is looking like severe storms and long term power outages are going to be the new normal, I've been thinking about bulk fuel storage options. I'm not crazy about having a bunch of 5 gallon containers in my barn or shed. Seems like more than a couple is like having a firebomb. After some thought. I realized that the 16 gallon tank in my 1970 F350 would be a great bulk storage tank. It couldn't be much more portable, it is safe, and being in a pre-emission vehicle, I could probably get a garden hose straight through the filler cap and to the tank. I figure some kind of pump would be handy to. Maybe a 12 volt one that could run off the truck battery to make the transfer a little easier. This is where I've gotten stuck. I haven't been able to find a pump that would be suitable for this. I checked Northern Tool, TSC, Grainger, Gemplers, and a plain old Google search. There just don't seem to be any pumps out there suitable for this application. I have found a couple hand pumps, but they are either really cheap and crappy looking, or very expensive and more suited to either pumping from a 55 gallon drum or a transfer tank. Any suggestions? I'm not crazy about the old mouth full of gas method either.