If it's a carb tag it has a part number. One I have here is a new 2 barrel it has C6PF-G, the third digit P is for a parts department replacement. A Mustang would be Z and a Fairlane O and Galaxie is A.
There is a date code on it too that line has a A… not sure what that is for, then 7L22 which is 1967,November 22nd.
Clearing out my garage and trying to id some unknown parts... This is a Holley 4V dual feed, dual metering blocks. stamped into the carb: Part# C9AF-9510-U List - 4609 903 Autolite tag reads: C9AFU B 9KC Thanks for any help !
So is it possible this carb has the correct Autolite tag? Are Ford Holleys built-in separate runs. When a car is final assembled then the Autolite reflects that date?
Thanks Again to all the Guys that replied,
Hmmm, it looks like yours is a Boss 429 carb, at least the main body is, it also has the right cable throttle lever and no kickdown. And a manual choke. Check the metering block numbers and for any damage. There is a big Holley book that lists all the metering block numbers and other parts for each carb list number.
Hmmm, it looks like yours is a Boss 429 carb, at least the main body is, it also has the right cable throttle lever and no kick down. And a manual choke. Check the metering block numbers and for any damage. There is a big Holley book that lists all the metering block numbers and other parts for each carb list number.
The carb itself is correct including the manual choke and both metering blocks. My question has been the Autolite tag that was on the carb when I bought it. I'm asking about the other letters and numbers and how if they relate to the main body.
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