<VV> Another GM Dual Quad?( No Corvair )
jim_a_b3 at hotmail.com
Sun Mar 13 10:52:02 EST 2005
I have'nt followed this whole thread but Pontiac also had a rare dual quad
manifold in 1956. From what I found out. only about 200 were made. I picked
one up at a swapmeet eons ago for $6.00.
Sold it on ebay several months ago for $230. to help fund my V8 project. Saw
a complete, refurbished 56 Pontiac dual quad setup listed for $1500......of
course it did not sell!
2 running, 1 awaiting larger heart transplant
>From: "Gary Swiatowy" <mopar at jbcs2.net>
>To: <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
>Subject: <VV> Re: Re: Two 4 bbls-GM ( No Corvair )
>Date: Sun, 13 Mar 2005 07:28:18 -0500
>I beleive Chevrolet used dual quads on either the 348 or the 409?
>Also, a late 50's olds had dual quads as an option, as well as even in the
>mid 60's you could get the dual quads on a Buick.
>There are many variations of this.............
>>From: Sadek Charles H DLVA <SadekCH at NSWC.NAVY.MIL>
>>To: 'NOSVAIR at aol.com' <NOSVAIR at aol.com>; virtualvairs at corvair.org;
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>>Cc: BBRT <chsadek at adelphia.net>
>>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
>>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
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