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C6ZZKGT

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Re: 1966 K code carby
« Reply #15 on: May 19, 2019, 04:07:47 PM »
Looking for a Autolite carb to suit a 1966 K code 4 speed must be correct carb for the K codes with manual choke . Thanks

I am currently restoring and road testing a proper C6ZF-C carburetor for Sam, who is the poster here this thread.

-Fred-

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Re: 1966 K code carby
« Reply #16 on: May 19, 2019, 05:08:48 PM »
Looking for a Autolite carb to suit a 1966 K code 4 speed must be correct carb for the K codes with manual choke . Thanks

I am currently restoring and road testing a proper C6ZF-C carburetor for Sam, who is the poster here this thread.

-Fred- 

As far as I am concerned Sam got very lucky to find Fred.

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Re: 1966 K code carby
« Reply #17 on: May 19, 2019, 08:59:05 PM »
   4 speed Autolite HiPo carbs "should " be in less demand as they ( almost) never were used on a GT350. The automatic version has become very expensive because it was and YES by all means make sure it's not a CLONE. Some misinformed still associate the 4 speed carb with a GT350 and the only possible use would have been a FACTORY supercharged 4 speed '66. The registry has those cars noted.
   Randy
Actually Randy, the 4100 Autolite 4-sp Hipo carbs are in more demand. Because they were factory installed in most all K code Mustangs. And of course, Lol, they were more K code Mustangs than GT350's, therefore making them MORE in demand.
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Re: 1966 K code carby
« Reply #18 on: May 20, 2019, 10:45:01 AM »
 The ratio is about 10-1 for the F carb with me. Must be the circle I run in.
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