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I bought my 68' about 2 months ago and I noticed that the distributor vacuum advance is not connected to the carburetor (Holley). Is it necessary for it to be connected? Please help. Thanks.
 

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Thank you. i guess I don't have to connect the vacuum advance since I only use the car on occasion.
 

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Try connecting it and see if you like the way the car runs. Vacuum advance does a lot more than just improve gas mileage for a stock or mild build engine.

BTW, you will want to connect it to the vacuum tube on the passenger side of the front metering block.
 
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