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    Not sure what it fits

    Motorcycle part from recent job . Scrap or sell ?

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    Doesn't look like a motorcycle part to me. It looks more like an Intake for a V8 with a Holly 4 barrel carb. DO NOT scrap it!
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    Not sure what it fits

    Ok ,you may be right. The guy died and had antique cars and bikes. His wife had no ideas about it. Said just take it so i held on to it just in case lol. Better picture tomorrow. Thanks for the heads up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Immulmen View Post
    Doesn't look like a motorcycle part to me. It looks more like an Intake for a V8 with a Holly 4 barrel carb. DO NOT scrap it!
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    It's an old intake looks like for a small block chevy, in its current configuration it's a 4bbl intake, you can take the top off and replace it with 2 4bbl carbs, or 3 duces, don't scrap it.
    Any other old car stuff there?
    edit: After looking at the pic on my computer it is for a Chevy 265, 283 or 327, since it has the oil filler neck built into the intake. It will still fit any small block chevy engine.
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    Please don't scrap it, it is a high rise intake, I can't load the pics on the smf app. I did look at the small thumbs trolling at work today.

    The intake should be a quick sale at $150, carburetor another $50 minimum depending on what it is.

    I'd want it from you if I had something that I wanted the dragster look on.

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    I know what it fits. Just do it.

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    Hope this isn't too dark.
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