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transition fron canister to screw on oil

I want to put on a screw on adaptor without a bypass plate . Its a 67 block, and I cant find the right one. got a billet on ebay but it must be for a 68 and up, leaked when I primed. Who makes these things/ one piece, no bypass plate , right to the block. This has been driving me nuts trying to find one. I cant here this thing run till I do and winter is on the way so please help me!!
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Yes, its unfortunate the 67 and older blocks are cut for a cannister.

Moroso makes one, try Summit Racing, Jegs, Speed-o-motive, Callies Performance, Hemmings, Edelbrock, Diabolicial Performance.

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Thanks Everett, Summit had it on their site but not in the book I had, Worked great!!!!
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