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Technical Edelbrock Three Port Dual Carburetor Manifold ID Please.

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by GZ, Sep 17, 2021.

  1. GZ
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    e1.jpg e2.jpg e3.jpg e4.jpg e5.jpg Here is another intake manifold that came with some Four Banger Ford stuff and I know its not Four Banger!

    It appears to be cast iron and maybe NOS or repainted a long time ago. I do not think it is a reproduction. Had years of barn grime on it that I wiped off.

    It is about 20" in overall length, the port holes are about 1 1/2" in diameter and the carburetor holes are about 1 1/2" in diameter as well.

    What does this fit? What is it's worth? Thank you in advance.
     
  2. jimmy six
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    216 Chevrolet 6. Needs a little better media blast job.
     
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  3. GZ
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    What years would that be? Thanks. ( I am a Ford guy!)
     
  4. Daddy_O
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    @jimmy six all over it. It's an early one, has linkage incorporated into intake.
    216 Chevrolet 6, small base carburetors. Should be aluminum.
     

  5. GZ
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    So, would this be for a 1936-1952 216 CID Chevrolet 6?
    Thanks again. (Again, I am just a Ford guy!!!)
     
  6. Yes for the 216, will work on a 235/261 with the adapter rings and matching exhaust manifold or light machine work on the factory manifold to get the heat rises to match up.

    I had one of these for a 235, nice intake. Was considered an “ economy or fuel saver “ intake when originally introduced.

    nice piece.
     
  7. GZ
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    Thanks for all the info. I appreciate it. Any idea about value?
     
  8. Moriarity
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    150-250 bucks
     
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  10. I sold a newer version with out linkages but polished and with a couple Rochester B carb cores for $350

    yours will be worth a bit less being for a 216, but still around the price @Moriarity put up.

    I’d start at 250 or 300 and gauge interest.
     
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  11. Mr48chev
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    Condition is a lot of the price on those, The lowrider Bomb brigade likes them but they want perfection in what they stick on their engines when it comes to speed trinkets.
     
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  12. jimmy six
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    The best thing is you have the linkage. Matching correct 1-1/2” base carbs would be a plus with a hard fuel line. It all depends how long you want to sit on it. There are a couple on eBay right now which are not as common as an Eddy.
    Offenhausers are for sale new at $450 and I think you can get new rocker arm covers too. If a guy has an Edelbrock cover it might be what they need. $250
    Is still the spot I’d start. Good luck
     
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  13. Moriarity
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    Looks like you bought the pile of banger manifolds that I saw in Auburn at the RM auction a few weeks ago.
     
  14. GZ
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    Thanks, I'll list it for sale on the classifieds here at 250.00. Seems like a fair price to me with reproduction Offys being 350.00 from Speedway. Thanks again for the help.
     
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