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Default 1969 Camaro Nova Big Block Power Steering Pump

I'm looking for 69 Big Block Nova Specific power steering pumps photos. I am doing a comparison on the 69 Big Block Camaro versus the Nova. Are they indeed the same pump? Are they not the same pump? And what exactly do they look like, specifically the return tube on the bottom of the reservoir? Ive been told they indeed have a male pressure fitting, but i need to see and verify what the return line looks like coming out if the bottom of the can. Any info, preferably photos, would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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The reservoir is special. It's 69 only & it's Camaro and Nova. Original part number was 7806439 for the reservoir. The fitting is Male flare. There was a discussion about this pump on CRG. There's been one here also but I'm not good with searches here. I gave some info on why things are the way they are regarding this pump....Joe

http://www.camaros.org/forum/index.php?topic=15962.0

In this post it's the one with the sticker "AF"
https://www.yenko.net/forum/showthread.php?t=127049
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Oh WOW! X66 714.....Thank you so very much for that fantastic info you provided! I'm so thankful I've joined this Forum and I'm very thankful for all of your support and help as well as everyone else on this forum! I've been able to all but complete my restoration project with the help of this forum in advice, location of these hard to find parts, and knowledge of everyone! I have made purchases to these members and it wouldn't have been possible without the help and sources of this sYc Forum! Thanks again to everyone involved in this successful restoration on my 1969 L78 Nova!
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I believe that 69 only reservoir carries over to 1970 in the BB Nova also. Correct me if I'm wrong.
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