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The factory 390 was gone but I found this sitting in the trunk.
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C7OF-9510-B = 1967 390-4V Holley 4150 carburetor, automatic C6 transmission. NON CA.
List-3794 = Holley 600 cfm
684 = 4th week of the 8th month 1966
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Guess what I paid??????
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No one ever thinks to look in the trunk...
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If this one is a non Double Pumper why does it have two metering block's and that style bowls?

I have never seen a single pumper like that.

One way or the other, not bad for $20.00
 

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If this one is a non Double Pumper why does it have two metering block's and that style bowls?

I have never seen a single pumper like that.

One way or the other, not bad for $20.00

Vacuum secondaries. It's a dual feed.

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looks like you wasted 20 bucks.
What makes it rare are the stamps

C7OF-9510-B = 1967 390-4V Holley 4150 carburetor, automatic C6 transmission. NON CA.
List-3794 = Holley 600 cfm
684 = 4th week of the 8th month 1966

Lets say someone had a 390 1967 Cougar made the forth week, 8th month of 66 more or less a very early 67, this is the factory carb for it.

Some on in the world needs this, but for now it's going to get cleaned up and used on my Charger since it looks cooler then my carb haha
 

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What makes it rare are the stamps

C7OF-9510-B = 1967 390-4V Holley 4150 carburetor, automatic C6 transmission. NON CA.
List-3794 = Holley 600 cfm
684 = 4th week of the 8th month 1966

Lets say someone had a 390 1967 Cougar made the forth week, 8th month of 66 more or less a very early 67, this is the factory carb for it.

Some on in the world needs this, but for now it's going to get cleaned up and used on my Charger since it looks cooler then my carb haha
i get what your saying.....I have probably a dozen or so old autolites and holley's that came off 60's fords.....most are junk and are not rebuildable...hopefully yours is.
 

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What makes it rare are the stamps

C7OF-9510-B = 1967 390-4V Holley 4150 carburetor, automatic C6 transmission. NON CA.
List-3794 = Holley 600 cfm
684 = 4th week of the 8th month 1966

Lets say someone had a 390 1967 Cougar made the forth week, 8th month of 66 more or less a very early 67, this is the factory carb for it.

Some on in the world needs this, but for now it's going to get cleaned up and used on my Charger since it looks cooler then my carb haha
I totally agree. I guarantee that there is somebody somewhere restoring to stock appearance that is either looking for that carb or has flat out come to the conclusion they would never find one. They just don't know you have one and you don't know they're looking. Right? Isn't that the way it always goes? That's why advertising and shopping can be so important... ok, I'm done now.

As a matter of fact, I know someone with a 1966 289 HO Mustang motor shopping for a 1965-66 Mustang to put it back in that would probably LOVE to have that carb, I'll tell him about it and get back to you...
 

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i get what your saying.....I have probably a dozen or so old autolites and holley's that came off 60's fords.....most are junk and are not rebuildable...hopefully yours is.
This one looks to be okay, it's not all gummed up, the only part missing the is choke (I have a replacement) and it's not locked up.

So I think it can be rebuilt, as soon as I get all the dust off and get it cleaned up I'll know more.

The Same day I found a 1964 Holley off an AMC Rambler, it's not as nice as this one but will be good for parts if it's locked up.
 

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I totally agree. I guarantee that there is somebody somewhere restoring to stock appearance that is either looking for that carb or has flat out come to the conclusion they would never find one. They just don't know you have one and you don't know they're looking. Right? Isn't that the way it always goes? That's why advertising and shopping can be so important... ok, I'm done now.

As a matter of fact, I know someone with a 1966 289 HO Mustang motor shopping for a 1965-66 Mustang to put it back in that would probably LOVE to have that carb, I'll tell him about it and get back to you...
I hear that, I know one guy over on the 67-73 Forms who is looking for one (I found his listing) I just don't want to sign up and email him.

Who knows, maybe he will find me haha.
 
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