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Kingston Carb??????????


mribbich@wi.rr.com
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A very few early cars (all of which I am aware were earlier than this carb) had the throttle located in the intake manifold.

My GUESS would be this unit is from a stationary (industrial) engine.

Kingston was used on a lot of engines. Most are familiar with the Ford T; but I have 205 listings for the Kingston "L" (this unit), and 1329 listings for Kingston carbs.

Lots of tractors used Kingstons, as while being less efficient than some other units, they were rugged. Same is true for industrial use. After all, gasoline was not $3.29 a gallon in this time period; few paid much attention to efficiency.

Jon.

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