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That carb looks great Phil. Do you happen to know who restored it?
Vendor on e bay named garydivrs4104. He sells AFB and AVS carbs after restoration.
I looked at the cost of having one of my carbs restored and for the price, I got a completed, ready to install carb that is correct for my engine and year. Check this out;
This vendor has some restored carbs for BB Mopars;
Anyone need a nice AVS 4732S for a 70 383 Mopar? (automatic w AC)
Vendor even has a 3131S AFB for the 1961 Chrysler and Imperial with a 413.
Also has a nice AFB for a 343 Javelin and some carbs for GM cars with the AFB unit.
I use Woodruff Carburetor for all my carb needs. He’s at the top of the page to the right and he’s an absolute pleasure to deal with and very affordable.
I heard good things about the work that Woodruff does on carbs.
Where did you buy the carb?
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He does have a really nice, rebuilt 1970 383 V8 - Carter AVS Carburetor 4732S for automatic/AC with a J9 date code.
Has the original tag on it. Selling for $419; reasonably priced IMO
Picked up a rough rim blow wheel on the cheap. Will clean it up as a driver wheel. Even though it did not come on my specific car; I wanted to have one if the mood arises to install it in the A66 vert.
Wood is in decent condition; work needed in cleaning up the spokes. I already picked up the center cap and horn button.
Repro center cap for the rim blow wheel looks decent!