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Old 07-25-2012, 12:02 PM
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I just picked up over the weekend a '64 Econoline eight door panel van and have a ton of questions. I've been into Volkswagens forever and am stepping out of my norm a bit on this one.

The carb had a choke problem or something so I pulled it out and am looking at getting a weber conversion kit. Has anyone here ever used a weber on their Econoline? How well does it work? I'm thinking about an electric choke, 2 bbl, progessive carb.

I am also looking for a ton of parts. Thakfully there isn't much inside this van. I need a set of front seats and the brakets that go on the wheel hump for starters. Any help would be great. Thanks, Dan
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Old 07-26-2012, 12:17 PM
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Welcome to FTE...Theres lots of great info on here as you will come to see
As to the carb question...ive never heard of anyone on here doing a Weber carb on their engine...as to the seat brackets...I may be able to help...post your email and I will reply.


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Old 07-27-2012, 02:37 PM
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Thanks For you help with the seat situation. Do you have a set of seats to go along with that braket? my email is dspaben@aol dot com. I have a carb swap kit on order from a place called Classic Inlines. So I guess we'll see how well it works.
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