1959 / Early 196 Corvette--chevy Carter Wcfb 4-barrel Carb on 2040-parts.com
Saint Charles, Illinois, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:3779178
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
Placement on Vehicle:Front
This is an orginal Carter 4-barrel WCFB Carb for 1959 and 1960 (Thru Jan. 1960) Corvettes and Chevy's and many other Cars and Tucks of that vintage..TopNumber is 6-1396 and body number is 0-208 . ------------Always check your references. Key Search: Delco Remy / Dual Quads / T-10 / Muncie / Wonderbar / Borg Warner / Rat Rod / AFB / Vette / Chevrolet / WCFB / Posi / Chevrolet. Questions call Jim-----630-605-9333
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