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Old 12-14-2008, 03:17 PM
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Carb interchange years ? 67 Mustang 6 cyl

I just picked up a 67 Mustang conv stored 25 yrs in a barn. The 81 yr old owner said the carb shaft was rusted stuck, so he took it off for repairs. It's long gone. He said it was in the trunk,.... but that carb is a flathead Ford V8 Stromberg 2bbl 97

What years/models of Fords would fit? It's a one barrel manifold.




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Autolite 1100, Holley 1940, are the only 2 I can think of that are bolt on.. think a 240/300 Carter YF fits on the newer cylinder head, but if your cylinder head intake log is rounded, it's not the newer manifold.. would have to be a D1 or newer cylinder head to fit the 300 carb..
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I've been web searching; I guess I have a 200 motor.

It's manifold is rounded and bore size is around 1-7/16"

Studs are 2-11/16" center-to-center.

Any ideas on the 240/300 carb measurements? I found a new one online....for $150+ less than Napa rebuilt one.
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I just picked up a 67 Mustang conv stored 25 yrs in a barn. The 81 yr old owner said the carb shaft was rusted stuck, so he took it off for repairs. It's long gone. He said it was in the trunk,.... but that carb is a flathead Ford V8 Stromberg 2bbl 97

What years/models of Fords would fit? It's a one barrel manifold.




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was the manifold covered well ? bugs , mice love them for food storage
spray down the cylinders with some lube and turn over without the plugs and lube up the bearings good .
and them bad about twisting oil pump rod after sitting .
if alls well , then i'd look for a carb .
friend bought a barn setter and it was locked up tight , carb rusted shut may be bad to start with . lets hope not .
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I just checked and the 300 carb will not fit the early heads... if the casting is a C casting, it will not work..... do you have the carb base water heater baseplate? you need that in conjunction with the carb... and you need to make sure the carb you get has a spark control valve if your running the factory distributor.
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Yes it has the water heated base..
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