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Joe, you need to edit the heading of your topic

to be very specific.  That way, more people will 

know what you really want just by reading the title.


Simply titling your topic as "Need" doesn't tell enough.


One regular forum-goer, by the name of "Carb King,"

specializes in carburetors for antique cars.  I hope he sees it.

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Joe - Rochester began producing carburetors (well, supposedly ;) , not very high on the early ones) in 1949. There is no 1936 Rochester carburetor. Exactly what is your application?





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