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Old 08-23-2011, 06:19 PM
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WTB Holley 2300 and Autolite 2100 carbs

Looking for some old Holley 2300-C 2V carbs from 1961-1977. Also Autolite/Motocraft 2100 2V carbs 1963-1974. Please PM me with the price you would like, the Holley list number or Ford number, and the condition. Thanks.
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if you're interested in a remanufactured 2100:
http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/11...n-the-box.html
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Hi,
I recently purchased a 64 F100 with a 223 1 barrel carb., which I believe to be the Autolite 1100. How much benefit would I get by installing a 2 barrel carb? What intake would I need> Thanks
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you should ask this in the 61-66 truck forum- lots more people will see it.
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Agreed. I think it can be done but dont know how. Another option may end up being two 1100's.
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An aftermarket intake would be needed, but that is a question best given in the tech forums.

I have three 2100/2150 carbs, but they have some throttle shaft play. One, a 1.08 is complete. The other two are 1.21s but have had the jets and choke linkages have been raided. I am not really playing with gassers anymore, so make me an offer (keeping shipping in mind) if you want them.
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I have a 2bbl remanufactured by Holley. It has the 1.08 venturi. It was on a '73 302. It worked when removed but that was 12 years ago. $25 should cover the part and shipping. If you are still interested either send me a PM or post a reply and I will get back to you.

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Thanks but I have quite a few cores on hand which need attention before taking in more stock.
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I have a 2bbl remanufactured by Holley. It has the 1.08 venturi. It was on a '73 302. It worked when removed but that was 12 years ago. $25 should cover the part and shipping. If you are still interested either send me a PM or post a reply and I will get back to you.

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I've been looking for a affordable 2v for my I6 untill I can afford a "offy", so what would it take to get it in the mail to me? Either reply on here or at: minnesotaclint@yahoo.com
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