Howdy all. Already spoken to a few of you via PM. TY for all your help! For those of you who I haven't met here, I'm slowly restoring a '69 Town & Country that's been in the back of dad's garage for a "long time". I get down to see him about 4x a year, and every time I go I make a bit of progress on the car. Car will never be a show car, but it's got a 440 in it and the rust isn't bad (southern car), so I'm looking forward to getting it moving well enough to trailer it home. Last trip, the car managed to start & idle under it's own power, which is a huge huge step. So getting pretty excited here. But enough background, let me jump to my question. I recently rebuilt the carb, and it seems to be okay (just). Once the car gets hot, it's able to hold idle and pump its own gas (nice!). But until it gets hot I have to fiddle with the choke linkage manually and use a heavy hand of starter fluid. So now I'm looking at the choke. Er, chokes, as there appear to be TWO of them?!? The first appears to be a "vacuum choke", and the other is a "choke thermostat" (a bi-metalic coil of wire). I'm unable to find either of those at the usual parts stores. Could someone suggest a place to buy good replacements? Before I even go that route though, is it even worth it to hunt for these parts? Should I just slap an Edelbrock on it & call it done? Shooting from memory, carb is a Carter AVS-4966, which seems like a nice enough 4BL, at least to my novice eyes anyway. Conversely, I don't need to keep it factory for my purposes (going to be a Sunday sundae getter). I'm no carb wizard, so whatever is going to be 'more' reliable is the direction I need to go.