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Windshield washer bottle location on a 1967 GTO

A picture of the correct bottle and cap and location would be helpful.
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It goes on the driver's side fenderwell.
The reproduction Ames carries lines up with the holes.
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Couldn't find it @ Ames, OPGI has it, cap sold separately.

https://www.opgi.com/gto/G240407/
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Are you referring to the plastic WW fluid JUG or the WW concentrate glass Bottle?
Also note the jug came as an early build (short '66 style) and late (Taller) most widely used version.

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Interesting. How does one determine early or late? Trim tag or VIN?
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Click on the center pic in the OPGI link see the kitty corner mounting holes?
Look on your fenderwell for those holes.
My '67 was put into service May 7th 1967 and is a February build and has the plastic bottle.
The repro bolted right up to the factory holes.
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This car has two holes in the inner fender that would be opposite corners of a square.

Per the trim tag it is a 05A build, so late in the model year. So it should have the black plastic bottle. Correct?
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Yup that is the correct bottle for your goat.
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Had to double check on the short Vs Tall jugs for '67 as it's been awhile.
Just as an FYI it seems to be associated with CA smog '67's
I thought it was a mid year change but,
Literature indicates the smaller white plastic jug with bracket was used with SMOG cars and mounted on the RH core support.
So your good with the Taller Jug.

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Today received the jug and associated parts. It looks good.

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