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By the looks of the linkage on the rear carb. this set-up looks like '65-'66. Can't see the casting number for the manifold to determine if it's for a '64 or a '65-'66

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Dang, I'm driving RIGHT THRU THERE Friday on the way to Gulf Shores. If it wasn't so stinkin' expensive, I might be persuaded to stop and look. Be cool on my '65!

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9 hours ago, 1965rivgs said:

The linkage is definitely the 2nd version `65

Tom

Hey Tom,

 

Can you tell what version is on my 66 Riviera?

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The rear carb is definitely a 65-66 carb, probably a 3925s.  Front carb is a correct 3645, but could be an s, sa, or sb revision. The throttle arm changed length on the sa and sb to a longer arm. Only the 64's had the s, from what I have seen.  FYI, ditch that chrome fuel pressure regulator, you do not need it.  Carbs need to run at 6-7psi.  

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31 minutes ago, DualQuadDave said:

The rear carb is definitely a 65-66 carb, probably a 3925s.  Front carb is a correct 3645, but could be an s, sa, or sb revision. The throttle arm changed length on the sa and sb to a longer arm. Only the 64's had the s, from what I have seen.  FYI, ditch that chrome fuel pressure regulator, you do not need it.  Carbs need to run at 6-7psi.  

I was under the impression he asked about the linkage..yes, rear carb is `65 or `66. Front carb is definitely `64 to early `65, short arm...the linkage is also `64 to early `65

Tom

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