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Old 09-23-2008, 10:55 AM
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3 carb intake

My older brother had this in his shed. We dont know what engine it come off of but looking to sell it when we find information on it. the numbers on the intake are 1843857. Is there anyway of find out online or some of you members might know
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Old 09-23-2008, 10:58 AM
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Pontiac tri power intake. Fits most pontiacs. Confirm that to be sure.
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yes after you said that i google it and found out its a pontiac tri power intake. How much you think they go for.
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Fully restored/rebuilt carbs go for $200 each, used ones that look grungy go for $50 each. Whole setups that are grungy go for a couple hundred. Fully restored show-ready tri-powers can go for $1000 or more.
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1st generation Tri power early 60's.
It has staggered bolt pattern will only work on early Pontiac's.

2nd Gen has straight bolt pattern will work on any Pontiac with the straight bolt pattern 350, 389 ,400 ,455

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