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    camhead Guest

    Default Help please, if you can.

    I recently came into some old parts from my family's auto parts store. Included in those parts are carburetors. I have 6 Holley carbs and other makes also. However, I am having difficulty trying to figure out which carbs go to which type of car. Any help in being able to identify what goes to what would be appreciated. Just an additional note, these carbs have already been rebuilt, at least once, MOST of which are still "shrink wrapped" in plastic for protection from dirt. These carbs were rebuilt in the mid to late 70's and early 80's. Yes, they are old. And, are they still suitable for use? Thanks again for any help that anyone can provide.

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    Join Date
    Nov 2009


    You can post the list numbers from them on the carb forum or you can purchase the Holley carb numerical listing book that gives you all the info you need.
    Here is a link to where you can buy it:

    1972 Rally Nova
    1972 C-10 Short Step
    1970 Rally Sport Camaro
    1986 Chevy Silverado K10
    2009 F150 Lariat

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