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Carburetor Question

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I have a Stromberg Continental carburetor on my '38.  I purchased my rebuild kit but the gaskets don't line up.  Is it possible there were different variations that year or could it have been replaced at some point?  I thought it was original to the car.  Curious.

 

 

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A picture would be useful. I do not know the meaning of a Stromberg Continental carburetor.

 

According to the Stromberg records, Lincoln used the Stromberg type EE-1 on the Lincoln thru mid-1937. 

 

According to the Holley records, Lincoln started using a Holley type AA-1 mid-way thru 1937 on the Zephyr and continued with the 1938 Zephyr.

 

According to the Stromberg records, Lincoln used a Stromberg type EE-22 on the K model Lincoln in 1938.

 

All of the above types, in different configurations, were used on other makes of cars.

 

Jon.

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Looks like a Stromberg type EE-1.

 

There are many different models of the EE-1. The linkage on this one is the type used by Ford Motor Company, from 1936-1938. Stromberg states used on 12 cylinder model 86-H and Zephyr in 1938.

 

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