Question about 1966 Ford Mustang
How do I identify the make of my 2-barrel carb in my 1966 289 - V8 fastback? I bought the car with a rebuilt engine and the Mfg id plate usually attached with a screw on the top of the carb is absent. I ned to rebuild and wonder if it's an autolite or motorcraft or ?? ken
The OEM carb on this model was Motorcraft, and you can get the rebuild kit from Ford or you can look up the model number either in Chilton's manual for that car, or maybe find another (kinda hard nowadays) carb in a junkyard and maybe it still has the tag. You can also research the specs for that motor on a web page of Ford or 2nd party auto parts dealers. I'd bet most mechanics over 40 years old could start you off in the right direction, too.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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