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July 10, 2011, 03:35:03 AM
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Hi,

I'm looking to sell a brand new (never used, but box has been opened), Edelbrock 4 bbl. carburetor (600 cfm, square-flange, manual choke) that was originally intended to replace a 2 bbl. carb. in my 1966 mustang.  Since I have sold the Mustang, I now have this unused carb sitting around.  Originally purchased from Mustangs Unlimited, this carb. is "recommended for most Performer applicatiosn and small cubic-inch Torker II applications.  Includes both timed and full vacuum ports for ignition advance.  Electric choke $1478 can be added if needed."

In addition, I am also looking to sell 2 never-used 66 Mustang quarter panel ornaments, as well as 2 never-used, black, vinyl front-seat covers, and 1 seat back.

These items can either be purchased as a package or separately.  The Edelbrock carb. is great for a classic car upgrade if you're looking for some extra punch.  The package is perfect if you own or are restoring a vintage mustang.

Please post a reply or send a PM if you are interested.

Looking for 90 BTC for everything

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