Carburator Spacr: Dominator Style 4500 Series on 2040-parts.com
Brooksville, Florida, United States
A 1" WOOD SPACER. USED BUT IN GREAT CONDITION. TOOK IT OFF TO GO TO A DIFFERENT CONFIGURATION.
AED originally designed these Birchwood carb spacers for racing but soon discovered their benefits for street cars, eliminating the hot soak and vapor lock problems associated with high underhood temperatures.
These Birchwood carb spacers by AED feature a special coating to promote sealing and offer a great look.
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