Rick, Sold that old cap you sent for 30 bucks, gave the money to my mother-in-law, she wants a new pistol for some reason. Hung the shirt on the wall so I can brag about my old pal Rick. I do not understand the vacuum lines but the original owner assured me they have never been touched. Maybe a question for people who know a lot more than I.Thanks for the shirt and cap. Mike, I found the Datona yellow Z/L1 in a building in Walled Lake, Mi. The man who had the car did not realize it was what it was. I could not afford it at the time, so I filled him in on the history of the car. That at least got it back in the world. I have some friends who have the original engine in an old closed down gas station in Ky. Sits in the floor with a little dust on her. Came out of a dirt track car but thats another story. Like every one else, I love the hunt. I have found COPOs in barns, 67 Z on a side street in Mount Sterling, Ky. A 65 A/FX hemi car in Hazard, ky.that had been stored since 1967. I have had a ball and we all need to realize that the greatest thing we get from our old cars are the new friends we make. I would like to thank everyone out there in our hobby who helps keep the love alive for our old cars.Richard, Missed you at the Forge last year. Sure hope you show up with your old car in Sept.