Prewar AMAC brass carburettor with slide, jet, cables and float / float bowl
OK, I’ve looked in all of the usual places for a number. I can’t find one. The number is usually stamped on the nut below the carb. The only number is either 6 or 9 (depending on how you look at it) on the underside of the float bowl.
The outlet measure 28.19mm on the inside of the clamp fitting and the bore is approximately 0.75″ / 18.55mm. I say approximately because my measure won’t go that deep into the carb .
It’s in decent condition. The throttle slide slides. There appears to be a solder weld on the underside of the carb mount where it joins the main body. I have no idea if this is a repair, or whether that was how it was supplied.
While I have cleaned the outside of carb, I have been very careful to preserve the patina. There are plenty of highly polished brass carbs out there, but once the years of patina has been cleaned off, there’s no going back.
It is supplied with the “mushroom”. The threads on the mushroom are damaged, so it doesn’t attach correctly. I removed the float bowl from the main body. The main jet is definitely there.
International shipping available.
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