I am new to the Binder Planet Forums. I just bought my first Scout in June and am trying to get it running, smogged and registered. My 1978 Scout 2 has a 345, 2 barrel 2210 carburetor, and 727 trans. It has not been driven in 15 years and was last registered in 1998. I have it running but need to get smogged before I can register and enjoy it. I live in California so I have the challenge passing that overly strict smog test which includes a visual inspection of all the emission control parts. I have the 345 running nicely now. I am missing a few emissions components that prevent me from passing a smog test though. The vapor storage canister the Scout came with is not the one described in the manual. Mine has only two ports and no bottom vent. I am looking to buy one with 4 ports like the one on my emissions sticker (purge port, vapor separator port, carb bowl port and control vacuum signal port) like the manual says i should have. I can find aftermarket canisters but they usually only have 3 ports (I think it is the vacuum signal port that is missing on them). Is there a source for the 4 port canisters? What have you all done to get around this? I am also missing the Vacuum Solenoid Valve that bolts to the firewall and controls the throttle modulator (which also has a leak) I have never found anything close to a replacment part for this solenoid. Is there a source for this CA only part? Any help is much appreciated.