I coppied from originals. I bit fuzzy but you can see it. This is one that came off the tank. Just reversed. Looks pretty cool on an Olds too.|
Originally Posted by copperheadgs1Here is the 71 hose I copied. 70 did not have any(unless Cal) and 72 hose was completely different as I have found them.Dave-
I promised you a while back pics of the surviving evap hose off my '71 X.
Well, I suppose either is acceptable.
Just went out and checked the hose on my 71 (june build)matches the picture Ken posted. Maybe Different supplier?
Not sure- only Obi-Duane-Kenobi knows. I bit fuzzy but you can see it.
Package arrived today Thank you very much!!!!!!!
I owe youa couple of cold ones. My guess is it was just a supplier thing like you mentioned. Just reversed.
Here is the 71 hose I copied. Mine have no Parenthisis. I posted in case you ever wanted to reproduce.
Dave, I think the hoses look great under my hood and if you have a vintage hose that looks just like the ones you reproduce, well that's good enough for me!
Thanks Ken, I went to the Olds Nationals with friend and his w-30. I finally got around to snapping them, so here you are!Kind of a greenish-blue printing.Mine are also reversed as word EVAP comes first. Yours is a Flint car like mine, correct?
Mine is Flint too Jim but I collected these of junked cars over the years and do not remeber what plant they came from but were off 71's from March/April.
Thanks Dave, glad you like them. The ones I copied came off a late March early April Car like mine. I also saw this Lime Mist 71 there.Maybe they came of big cars but no reason they would have used a different hose.