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Vintage Holley Single 2-barrel And 4 Barrel Carb Repair Manual Original 1972 Ed on 2040-parts.com

US $20.00
Location:

Jamestown, Ohio, United States

Jamestown, Ohio, United States
Very nice used manual.
Type:Carburetors Country/Region of Manufacture:United States UPC:Does not apply

For Sale is a vintage HP book on the Holley Carburetors and Manifolds by Mike Urich & Bill fisher. Covers Models; 2300, 4150, 4160, 4165, 4500, 1940, 1920, 2210, 5200, 2110, & 1901; Singles, 2-barrels and 4 Barrel carbs for street  or strip. Covers Selection, Emissions, Installation, Repair, Tuning and adjustments.  Has some shelf wear to covers but otherwise very nice. This is the original 1972 edition and contains 208 pages. Check out the pictures and see if it will work for you. Pictured is the actual item you will receive. Please email with any questions or if additional photos are desired.  Free shipping in US. International bidders will be at the 1 lb 5 oz rate for your country.  Thanks for looking and buy with confidence!!!!

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