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Larry Schramm
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9 hours ago, Oldtech said:

Yep. Ford A

probably the wrong application for this carb but my 1928 Chrysler 72 con coupe has one fitted

I think it was the only one easily available when the previous owner restored the car

haven't had it running yet hope it does the job

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10 hours ago, 31 LaSalle said:

probably the wrong application for this carb but my 1928 Chrysler 72 con coupe has one fitted

I think it was the only one easily available when the previous owner restored the car

haven't had it running yet hope it does the job

8rGtpOVW1TsdAaHfGm2tfI7ZZnvd2vkJovwanbH8.jpg

 

My records show the 1928 Chrysler Model 72 to be a 249 CID, and the Ford A was 200 CID.

 

The carb MIGHT work at lower RPM's; but it will probably be a dog as the RPM's rise.

 

Jon

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On 8/7/2022 at 6:32 PM, carbking said:

 

My records show the 1928 Chrysler Model 72 to be a 249 CID, and the Ford A was 200 CID.

 

The carb MIGHT work at lower RPM's; but it will probably be a dog as the RPM's rise.

 

Jon

 

Jon,


Thanks for your information.  I appreciate it.

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