Question about Ford Mustang
The tag number is what you would use to get a refresh kit from an auto parts store. As for an NOS unit - good luck. They haven't made those in nearly 30 years. If you want it profesionally redone (like for a restoration) you might contact Pony Carbs. Otherwise, just clean it up, put a kit in it and go.
Good luck and hope this helps. The carb kit from localauto parts retailer would probably run you less than $30.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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