THE CARBURETOR SHOP
Over the past 40 years, we have purchased thousands of used “core” carburetors, often in large quantities. In going over our inventory, we find we are overstocked on some items. Rather than go to the work of taking pictures, etc., etc., etc., and selling these on Ebay, we have decided to reward those who purchase our carburetor kits and GIVE away these surplus carburetors.
The rules are quite simple:
(1) This offer applies ONLY in the 48 contiguous United States (because of free shipping). If you live outside of the 48 contiguous United States, and are willing to pay shipping, then the amended offer can apply to you also.
(2) We pay shipping within the 48 contiguous United States.
(3) The purchase of any four (4) one-barrel car or truck carb rebuilding kits in one order entitles the customer to one Rochester type B; or Zenith or Holley Model A Ford core.
(4) The purchase of any four (4) two-barrel car or truck carb rebuilding kits in one order entitles the customer to one Holley type AA-1 (94) 2-barrel core.
(5) The purchase of any four (4) four-barrel carb rebuilding kits in one order entitles the customer to one Rochester quadrajet.
(6) Customer may specify Rochester or Model A on 1-barrels. Beyond this specification, the choice of cores is entirely ours. If you want a SPECIFIC core; they are for sale.
(7) As multiple carb setup kits (i.e. tripower, where one kit services all three carbs of the tripower) have already been discounted in price, they will count as a single kit only.
(8) The cores are free, we even pick up the extra shipping charge (shipping charges for the kits still apply).
Remember, these are cores. Some cores may have stuck throttle shafts, others may be missing minor parts.
The Model A Ford carbs may or may not be missing choke drivers.
The Rochester B’s may or may not be missing the choke assembly (as most seem to be buying these for multi-carb set-ups, this should be of little or no consequence).
The Rochester quadrajets will be Pontiac (front inlet) from 1972, 1973, or 1974 (our choice) and may or may not be missing the fuel inlet nut.