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Can anyone ID this early brass carb?


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Old 09-09-2016, 11:03:10 AM
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Default Re: Can anyone ID this early brass carb?

That looks like some model of a Schebler. No markings I'm assuming? More pics might help narrow it down if there's no markings.
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Default Re: Can anyone ID this early brass carb?

The flat bowl looks like an early Holley Bros. I have one of similar style with the Holley name plate. Fred
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I would guess early Schebler, probably motorcycle.

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