I recently spent the night looking into the PCV system in my moms '65 coupe and I am confused. This car has been recently been restored by my older grandfather and I am not entirely sure that he did this right. The tube running from the back of the carburetor that is supposed to go into the PCV valve was only connected to the carburetor, and the other end of the tube was plugged and lying on top of the valve lid. Also, there is no grommer in between the valve cover and the PCV valve, is that needed? The real confusing for me is that there is no place for a breather hose (I will add pictures). To better explain, no where on the driver side valve cover is there a place to hook up the PCV tube. I am currently under the impression that you need two tubes on both valve covers to correctly use the PCV system, one tube to take dirty air out of the engine, and a second to provide fresh air to flush vapors out of the crankcase. Correct me if I am wrong.I am knew to this so let me know!