Took the original 1100 off my ‘66 yesterday, and put on an 1101 I picked up a while ago. Though the old carb used to run good when the car was driven regularly, it was getting increasingly crotchety in its old age. Eventually the new carb will go on my big log head, which it was intended for. But for now, the 1101 sits on an adaptor I made out of an old carb spacer, as it wasn’t intended for the small log head. The adaptor details are in an older post. The throttle linkage fit well, though I had bought a new adjustable link in case it needed changes. The old one was just right as it was. I still might need adjustments when I put on the big valve head though. Despite the adaptor using a carb spacer upside down, the PCV nipple is in the same place. I was able brutalize an old 1940 choke tube into submission, shortening and rebending it a bit, but I think an 1100 choke tube would be a better starting point. I didn’t see a new ‘69 250 1101 choke tube for sale anywhere. I couldn’t find a right angle fitting for the distributor vacuum port in my plumbing parts cabinet, the straight one will do for now. The fuel line hooked up no problem, the two carbs are very similar there. The old air cleaner wasn’t going to fit on the new carb, so I adapted a 1964 Galaxy air cleaner. Construction details for that are in another post too. The 1101 is a little taller than the 1100, but I was able to get away with a little bit taller and bigger diameter air filter element. Not a lot of hood clearance, but enough. I don’t have insurance back on the car yet, so I just drove around the neighborhood a bit. Seemed to run good. I wondered, as the 1101 was a single dashpot model, and my car has an automatic. But my original 1100 was a single too, and it ran pretty good in its day. I got the new carb cheap enough I was willing to take a chance. The pics here don’t really show much, you can’t see the adaptor underneath, but for what it’s worth, here they are. And yes, I have some heater hose to get rid of that old splice, but that will have to wait for now. As long as the cooling system is drained I’m going to do some other maintenance on it as well.