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Old 05-19-2007, 06:11 PM   #1
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Looky what I just bought

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I bought it for the 94 Strombergs for my other 2 duece flatty intake. the rest I will resell
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Old 05-19-2007, 06:27 PM   #2
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looks like an alien spaceship. what is it?
looks like a intake manifold and carbs but for what I have know idea.....
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it is vintage speed equipment ma' boy!
your looking at an early flat head ford v-8 intake for a single 2 barrel, on top of that is a super vintage adapter that has two 94 Stromberg 2 barrel carbs, they come with rebuild kits too. These carbs are super hard to find and priced like it, much less a matching set with fresh rebuild kits, and then it has a super cool old school air cleaner that would look great on the side of a motochop project.
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it is vintage speed equipment ma' boy!
your looking at an early flat head ford v-8 intake with 2 barrel, on top of that is an adapter that has two 94 Stromberg carbs, they come with rebuild kits too. These carbs are super hard to find, much less a matching set with fresh rebuild, and then it has a super cool old school air cleaner that would look great on the side of a motochop project.
so im guessing youre going to use the air assembly only?
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Old 05-19-2007, 08:14 PM   #7
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so im guessing youre going to use the air assembly only?
no, I bought it for the carbs to use on the old 2 duece flat head intake I have, My dad ran this very same intake when he was a young hot rodder in the early fifties, I found it, restored it, and then by some freak chance found a matching set of carbs to be used on it that would look correct, vintage period correct.
so they are the gold in the bundle, all the other goodies are icing on the cake
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no, I bought it for the carbs to use on the old 2 duece flat head intake I have, My dad ran this very same intake when he was a young hot rodder in the early fifties, I found it, restored it, and then by some freak chance found a matching set of carbs to be used on it that would look correct, vintage period correct.
so they are the gold in the bundle, all the other goodies are icing on the cake
tim u r a lucky ... but im happy you still being lucky

keep it up
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no, I bought it for the carbs to use on the old 2 duece flat head intake I have, My dad ran this very same intake when he was a young hot rodder in the early fifties, I found it, restored it, and then by some freak chance found a matching set of carbs to be used on it that would look correct, vintage period correct.
so they are the gold in the bundle, all the other goodies are icing on the cake
are you going to port it any or will it bolt on with a plate?
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Old 05-19-2007, 09:21 PM   #10
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I have a 2 duece intake for a flat head ford already, its a Nicson made in los Angelas in the early 40's, it is already flanged to fit the 2 carbs shown, as they are what was common and available in 1940. The other stuff shown will be put on ebay shortly
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