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1916 Carter 1barrel carb


dont see one of these everyday



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WOW is that ever neat............ a survivor. I am assuming that motor is in a GMC or Chevrolet truck chassis. Any more info on the motor or the vehicle that it was in. 



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Was in a flatbed dually truck, 1910s , at pocket a part in Calgary. Just thought it was neat. The size of head on it is outrageous, pistons probably size of tomato cans

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-- Edited by 427carl on Thursday 18th of September 2014 09:32:54 PM

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The GMC/Chevrolet truck chassis there, looks more like late 1920's. The Chevrolet inline six never came out until 1929. I am not sure about the GMC inline six. 



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I was just guessing from patent dates on the carb, there's two 1916 & 1918. I just googled the block number and is coming up as a 1933 Master. I don't think little truck is from '33 or early 30s cause the truck is half made from wood. If I have time today I'll take more pictures of the truck. The leaf springs were nuts, guy had probably twenty leaves in there. I just thought the motor and carb was neat.

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you should take that guy home! I love that stuff

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download-1-1.jpg2014-09-19-09-26-38-1722762379.jpeg2014-09-19-09-26-38-1722762379.jpegGoogled long stroke identifying block as '29 and long stroke would be correct. Almost want to pay pocket A part engine cost and rebuild it, just to hear it run, grab trans, driveshaft and the axle that is still all together, complete running gear. Hmmmm1933_Chevrolet_engine.jpg



-- Edited by Indian on Friday 19th of September 2014 11:01:52 AM

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Makes sense to  me.



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