Author: A. Henderson
These engines used on 1962 and 1963 cars did not have a PCV Valve. Crankcase pressure was vented through a road draft tube from the front tappet cover, and through this simple rubber hose connecting the valve cover to a port on the front air filter backing plate. Vaccuum created by the carburetors pulling air into the engine pulled vapour from the valve cover/crankcase. The air filter backing plate for this application is unavailable, as is the valve cover itself.