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Does anybody know if this tube is OEM, after market or a private fabricator? It's at the bottom of the page. I'd like one.

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My 65 has that. My car is a non CA car and it had to be order as an option (614). I think all CA cars had it as standard equipment.

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Mine is a CA car but unfortunately doesn't have that tube, rubber hose.
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The 1966 tri-powers did have an all hose version with a different rocker arm cover than the 65s.

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Looks like Ames makes repros. You will have to get 3 new carb bases, part # N108K and then the metal tube, Part # N177YK

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The bases and associated parts are already on the vehicle, all I need is the tube. Thanks for your help.
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