If it has the charcoal canister hooked up in the engine bay to vent the fumes from the tank, then use a non-vented cap. If the lines have been plugged you will have to use a vented cap to keep from creating vacuum in the gas tank. The vented caps can also leak fuel when gas sloshes against it.
My 72 had the line running to the front but not the canister, so I plugged it. Then started getting fuel starvation issues due to vacuum from no vent. So I put a vented cap on, but it leaked gas when the tank was past half full. Then I put a filter on the line to open it without dirt getting in along with a normal non-vented cap. All has been good ever since.