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    FS: Porsche 356 Weber Carburetor Kit

    I am selling a used, complete Porsche 356 Weber 40 IDF carburetor kit with what I believe to be Italian made carburetors. The kit includes two carburetors with correct 356 throttle arms (from Redline), air cleaners with filters (new Flat-4 mesh style), intake manifolds (Solex manifolds with adapter plates) and the fuel manifold (late style with flexible hose to fuel pump, cut for flex lines to the carbs). The kit does not include any drop links or the cross bar. The carburetors are jetted with the default jets ie: F11 emulsion tubes etc. and the kit is currently installed on a running, driving 356C Coupe. I am selling the entire kit to fund the purchase / rebuilding of a set of original Zenith carburetors.

    Asking $600 shipped for everything in CONUS or best offer.


    Last edited by Stretch32; 03-11-2018 at 01:15 PM.
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