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Anyone have a Chrysler Export Master Parts Book covering basically 1935 to 1952?

 

I have 16 carburetor part numbers that I would love to know application. Would be happy to pay for the research.

 

Jon.

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Dave - 1934 is going to be earlier than my needs.

 

Was going through a Carter/Chrysler interchange, and found 16 of the Ball & Ball style carburetors for which I have no applications. Guessing most or all are export. Just checking the letters believe they are all between maybe 1935 and 1950; maybe a couple newer than 1950. If I can find it, somewhere I had a Canadian Carter parts book. Might find some in it.

 

Jon.

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I have the Chrysler Passenger car (Master pars list) 1936 to 1942, and Chrysler corp of Canada 1937 P3/4, D5/6/7, S-3, C14/15/16/17. Glad to look for you. 

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I have a Chrysler book dated 1954 back to  sometime in the 40"s. Would have to check dates as I have rarely used it but if needed it is here..

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I have most all the 1937 to 1960 MoPar Parts books but have never ever seen a export parts book in over 40 years!

Sorry to say.

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Thanks for replies. Numbers are:

 

565995

575582

576427

693929

699862

857638

867509

867776

912413

1138900

1142153

1318962

1321986

1324994

1324995

 

Information needed would be: Make, model, year, engine cylinders, engine CID.

 

I have checked every domestic Carter index I can find, with no success. Canadian book is pages only, no index, and newer than these numbers.

 

Any help appreciated. Will update my website listings with any additions.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Jon.

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No luck, but some of the MOPAR carter assy numbers are one number off. 693929 and a 693930 (E6N1)

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I'll try to remember to check tomorrow when I'm back out the shop.  I've got the parts books from the beginning of Mopar time up to around 74 and a bunch of carb reference books as well that might be of help.  I'll keep you posted.

 

Don  

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One-shot - more than one of them are 1 digit off; which is why I think they may be export.

 

Jon.

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I went through what I have with no luck - combination of Carb books, Mopar parts books from the beginning of time for all brands including trucks and Industrial with no luck.  My books are a combination of both US and Canadian.  Any chance that they could be marine?  

 

Don  

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I Have a MOPAR parts supersedence book dated 1941 that has the following:

693929 use 599301 & 1-863611

 

 

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Thanks to both of you.

 

Marine is a possibility; however most Chrysler Marine used Zenith carburetors.

 

There is also a possibility that some of these carburetors had numbers assigned, but were canceled prior to actual production. I do not have the factory drawings on these. The drawings would show that information.

 

Jon.

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