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Instead of going with the '58 L230 in my '41 Plymouth P12 Sedan, i have decided to go with a 318 Poly. I have one in my '63 Dodge Power Wagon. In tribute to my Dad, who had a '57 Plymouth Fury with the Dual Quad V-800 engine option, i will be simulating that engine as close to original as possible. I have obtained a '58 Fury Dual Quad Manifold #1822004, with 2 Carter Carbs #2631S (front) and #2632S ( rear). Those are the original carb/manifold combo that came with my Dad's car. This is going to be fun!!!

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Old 06-27-2013, 04:23 PM
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Instead of going with the '58 L230 in my '41 Plymouth P12 Sedan, i have decided to go with a 318 Poly. I have one in my '63 Dodge Power Wagon. In tribute to my Dad, who had a '57 Plymouth Fury with the Dual Quad V-800 engine option, i will be simulating that engine as close to original as possible. I have obtained a '58 Fury Dual Quad Manifold #1822004, with 2 Carter Carbs #2631S (front) and #2632S ( rear). Those are the original carb/manifold combo that came with my Dad's car. This is going to be fun!!!
For those younger fellows on the board, these Carter WCFB carbs were the predecessors to the Carter AFB. Some say the letters stand for White Cast Four Barrel and some say they stand for Will Carter Four Barrel.
https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&...mg.djoG3RaUShA
They're the same carbs that were used on the 2-4 bbl combos from the factory on small block Chevies in the 50's and early 60's, as well as other GM manufacturers and also Chrysler Corporation. First motor to ever make 1 hp per cubic inch from the factory was the Chrysler 354 hemi, using two of these carbs, 1956.

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