<VV> Two 4 bbls-GM ( No Corvair )

jwcorvair at aol.com jwcorvair at aol.com
Sat Mar 12 13:06:06 EST 2005

I doubt that this is really applicable to your intake manifold, but my brother and I once owned a 1958 (I think - it's been a while) Cadillac Eldorado coupe that had dual four barrels. I could watch the gas gauge go down as I floored the car (really). I wish I had that car now. It had a ton of cool features such as big chrome and gold plated aluminum wheels, aluminum and rubber floor mats screwed to the floors. My brother and I traded the Cad for a Jaguar 3.8 sedan which was really cool too. I wish I had that car back too.
Joe White (62 sedan, I'm gonna finish the bloody interior this spring)
Boulder, CO
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From: Sadek Charles H DLVA <SadekCH at NSWC.NAVY.MIL>
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Sent: Fri, 11 Mar 2005 09:21:34 -0500
Subject: <VV> Two 4 bbls-GM ( No Corvair )

Does anyone know of other GM cars using a factory two (WCFBs)four bbls and
aluminum intake manifold?  I have an Al 2-4bbl manifold with GM casting
numbers that will fit a small block Chev but does not show up in the Chev
numbers.  I also have WCFBs that fit it-those carb numbers look like Chev
applications but numbers differ.  This came off the modified short track V8
engine that was in the #73 when I bought it. I can look up the casting
number if anyone can help.

I am looking for the application.

Thanks-pls use Adelphia address

Chuck S
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