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Default Original vacuum water pump

Does anyone have a lead on an original vacuum water pump. Attached is a photo of the one I got from Rick but unfortunately my wife knocked it off the table in the garage and broke the inlet/outlet stem.

Im just trying to get my ride as original as I can.
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If you can't locate another in a reasonable time frame, this may help. I have fixed similar white plastic parts broken during collision damage. Wash thoroughly with alcohol and carefully glue with clear epoxy. Not quite as good as original, but will be un-noticable.
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Thanks Joe. I'll give that a go. I had actually lost the plastic piece for about a week but found it just today when I was vacuuming the the garage floor.

I suppose I better test the pump before I put it in.....
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