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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-28-2010 Thread Starter
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1965 Mustang one-barrel carburetor identification

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I need help with identification of the one-barrel carburetor on my 1965 Mustang with a 200ci and automatic. I would like to find a rebuild kit and/or diagram for this carburetor. Please see the pictures.
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Not sure what you mean by need help identifying it. But , if this helps, then yes. That is a one barrel carb.

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Funny

If I go the parts store and say I have a 1965 mustang with a 3.3 liter engine and ask for a carburetor rebuild kit for a motorcraft, I will get a kit for an Autolite 1100. However, this does not seem to match what I have. See pic for the Autolite 1100.
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If I go the parts store and say I have a 1965 mustang with a 3.3 liter engine and ask for a carburetor rebuild kit for a motorcraft, I will get a kit for an Autolite 1100. However, this does not seem to match what I have. See pic for the Autolite 1100.

Heheh sorry. Couldnt resist. This is what you are after . . .

ck88 Carburetor Repair Kit - Holley 1940

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I don't blame you and thanks for the help. That is it!
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Here's some additional information on the 1940. I found this when I was doing some research on a problem with the one on my 65 convertible.
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'65 mustang convertible at the garage, need to find one barrel carburetor 200 cu in six cylinder (part # C50FF). any suggestions would be appreciated....new to the forum...Jan in Fitchburg MA
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