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Old 07-19-2011, 07:29 PM
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Holley carburetor Identification help.

Hey guys, I got a carburetor from a friend a while back and was wondering what kind it is, and if it's worth anything? I wanna sell it to fund buying another carburetor for my 65' AMC Marlin.

I've seen a couple threads with carbs with mostly matching numbers, but there was a couple different numbers so I figured I would start a new one...Sorry if I posted in the wrong section or if starting a new thread was the wrong thing to do.

Choke throat Has

LIST - 6210-3
1439

Directly below that it says 4261

Top of Primary "metering plate" says
7866
6210

top of secondary "metering" plate.

L62103 8521
8522

the base plate has "12R-5395B"

and that's all the numbers I can find, here's some pictures hope it helps.





Thanks in advance guys!

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http://www.jegs.com/i/Holley/510/0-6210/10002/-1
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looks like it

http://www.holley.com/0-6210.asp
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Wow that's allot more than I thought it would be...What do y'all think I should list it as? I was thinkin about $300 OBO or is that way too much? it's in Usable condition I would say, inside is clean and was taken off a running vehicle about 6 months ago.
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looks like the carb is missing a bunch of bolts on the base plate.

no idea what it is worth, but it doesn't look that good to me.
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looks like the carb is missing a bunch of bolts on the base plate.

no idea what it is worth, but it doesn't look that good to me.
I just now noticed the missing bolts

I guess I'll just throw it on craigslist for 150$ OBO and see what happens.

Thanks guys for helping me identify it!
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Hey guys, I got a carburetor from a friend a while back...
The Holley 6210 was made to be a direct replacement for a Rochester Q-jet. They were emissions compliant and you'll notice there's no external float adjustment and the location of the fuel inlet is the same as a Chevy Q-jet.

Unfortunately, they are not in demand. I doubt you'll be able to get much more than a core price for it the way it sits.

You can advertise it as a Holley 650 cfm model #4165, List (part number) 6210-3, spreadbore Q-jet replacement carb.

Good luck.
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The Holley 6210 was made to be a direct replacement for a Rochester Q-jet. They were emissions compliant and you'll notice there's no external float adjustment and the location of the fuel inlet is the same as a Chevy Q-jet.

Unfortunately, they are not in demand. I doubt you'll be able to get much more than a core price for it the way it sits.

You can advertise it as a Holley 650 cfm model #4165, List (part number) 6210-3, spreadbore Q-jet replacement carb.

Good luck.
FYI- They also made an 800 CFM version. They work great on light cars with manual trans.
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There are literally dozens of different part numbers for Holley spreadbore carbs: some emissions legal and some not, there are 4165 and 4175 models, 650 and 800 cfm, single and double pumper, etc. But the 6210 the OP has is a 650, just so there's no confusion.
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I just now noticed the missing bolts

I guess I'll just throw it on craigslist for 150$ OBO and see what happens.

Thanks guys for helping me identify it!
Thats about a $50 core. They just dont sell, I know, Ive got 4 of them.
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