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vegamel
    
I am restoring a 1957 t-bird, with a 312 v/8 4 barrel. the carb is missing, holley or autocraft?
the engine is a 312 v/8 with 4 barrel carb. the carb is missing. I've been told that the original was a holley, and have also been told it was a motorcraft. please help. thanx, mel
posted: April 9, 2011
 
    
 
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retiredpartsman
    
ford used carter and holley carbs on the single carbed 312 cid engines according to the HOLLANDER INTERCHANGE MANUAL 1 CARTER 2441S ORSA 2 HOLLEY B7A-9510B CAST # ECZ-U IT WAS REPLACED BY B7A9510X CAST ECZ-Z 3 CARTER B7A9510J STMP ECZ9510A 4 HOLLEY B7A9510H STMP ECZ-V OR Y REPLACED BY B7A9510U STMP ECZ-ADOR AC.
posted:  April 9, 2011
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rustyrottonchervelle
    
you should get a holley
posted:  April 27, 2011
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