S Shaped Heater hose and heater valve

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Where can I find the "S" shaped hose from the firewall to the heater control valve? Also need the heater control valve for my 1972 Vert, 302-2v with factory air, automatic.

 

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The valve does not bolt to anything. One side goes into the "S" shaped hose, the other goes into the straight heater hose. Basically it is suspended by the heater hoses. Chuck

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Thanks a lot!
There is a arrow on the value, does it go toward the firewall or away? Also, there is a vacuum port, does this draw vacuum from the back of the carb??? I have a empty port on the back.
The port for the diaphragm on the valve faces the front of the car. The vacuum is switched from the heater control inside the car and passes through the upper, center of the firewall as part of a two hose molded "grommet". Chuck

 
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