So I took my recently acquired 60 to get it emissions tested today and since it came from a state that has no emissions testing I was a little worried.... Turns out that while I did fail, it's pretty close to passing. CO % was 1.59, max allowed is 1.20 HC ppm was 248, max allowed is 0220 I figured I'd post this up while I work through this issue for the benefit of others... Here's where I'm at: 211,000 miles on what I believe to be the orig 2f with all of the emissions systems in tact, all vacume lines appear to be in good shape and properly connected. The engine idles slightlly rough at 650 RPM but I've gotten so used to EFI motors that I may be being a bit sensitive to the idle. I replaced the following before emissions testing: air filter plugs wires cap rotor also, ran a couple cans of fuel system cleaner through. I checked the emissions manual and it looks like the next logical steps are to replace the PCV valve, set the timing, and adjust the valves. I'm going to do these things tomorrow evening and then use a can of seafoam. Hopefully this will get me pretty close. For some added insurance I picked up a can of that stuff they have at NAPA that claims to guarantee that you'll pass emissions. The guy that I talked to up there was pretty cool and claimed to have had good luck getting cars to pass using it. We'll see. I'll post the results of my next test in a couple days. Suggestions are welcomed.