First off, Merry Christmas to all of you out there in HAMB Land! I must have been a good boy this year as Santa has put a nice new shiney pair of High Rise Corvette finned rocker covers under the tree for me, courtesy of Mrs Y. Now, my small block has a no provision to add oil or indeed breath from anywhere other than the rocker covers. The new shiney wonderful rocker covers have no holes for such mundane things as adding oil or letting the engine breath, Pah! that sort of thing is for Sissys!!!!! Problem is I am a Sissy..... So, Rocker cover breathers. Moon and......... Looking for ideas and comments on what you would possibly use to let some air and oil in. Would really like to see pictures of how you have mounted your breathers, searching the WWW has proved educational if nothing else... My current thinking is to place some low boy style breathers on the carb side of the Valve covers either at the front or in the middle. One I would block off and use for adding oil whilst the one on the side furthest away from the PCV would be vented to the atmosphere. The covers are designed to have the PCV on the carb side of the covers low down at the rear of the engine so as not to be obtrusive. I have seen a few pictures where they are on the exhaust side of the cover using a taller breather. This might be a neater idea as if any oil was to be spilled when topping up it would not pool on the inlet. Anyway, over to you. Lets see those pictures. P.