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Old 01-07-2013, 03:21 PM   #1
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My buddy has a Holley carb that he thinks was on a 365hp mid year Corvette. It has a part number of 3849804 with a '2818-1' number and then a '961' number. Can anyone ID this carb? Also, anyone have any idea of a value? When he took it off his engine (in a '68 Camaro) he said that it was running fine. I think they put fuel injection on that motor. He would like to sell the carb. Tks for any help.
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Old 01-07-2013, 05:57 PM   #2
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It is for the 350 365 hp 65 corvette and 365 hp 64 vette. Value is in the eye of the beholder
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My buddy has a Holley carb that he thinks was on a 365hp mid year Corvette. It has a part number of 3849804 with a '2818-1' number and then a '961' number. Can anyone ID this carb? Also, anyone have any idea of a value? When he took it off his engine (in a '68 Camaro) he said that it was running fine. I think they put fuel injection on that motor. He would like to sell the carb. Tks for any help.
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Old 01-10-2013, 12:54 AM   #4
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You wouldn't know how much he wants for that carb do you? I have a 64 327/365hp and am looking for one if the price is right. Thanks,
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Jim: He will sell it for $250. We are thinking now that this is a service replacement carb. a carb built in 1969 but with a number for a 64-65 car/engine. The carb ran good when he took it off the engine. This is a good freind of mine, a straight up guy. if interested I can put you in direct communication with him. He sent me a bunch of pictures which I can have him send onto you or anyone interested. Advise.
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:57 AM   #6
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Hey Mike,

Im interested but could you get me in touch with him and/or some pictures.

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Jim: You can contact Robby Spencer at rspencer67@comcast.net. He has some photos of the carb which he will be glad to send to you.
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Thanks Mike.
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