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Carter 3211s (1957-1962 235) three NOS #1333878 Fri Nov 15 2019 03:35 PM
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Jon G Offline OP
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For some reason I can't find the original posting, so I'll post this again. Please note: Carb 1 has been spoken for at this point. Also the carb to the lower left had not been cleaned when this image was taken so it still shows dust and the tag is on the back side so not visible.

Carb 1...has been gone through, cleaned and refreshed---the word "refreshed" meaning new gaskets and new accelerator diaphragm. This one had some storage "rash" and some rust on the choke and throttle disks but it cleaned up ok. If you want these disks to be perfect, you could remove them and clean with a wire wheel, but I really don't think much would be gained. In the image below, this is the one at the top. $300 plus actual cost of postage.

Carb 2...has been gone through and refreshed. This is the one to the lower right in the image below. This carburetor was in nearly immaculate condition to begin with. $350 plus actual cost of postage.

Carb 3...this is the one to the lower left in the image below and has also been gone through and refreshed. It seems to have been left alone longer, possibly never displayed and forgotten in inventory. It comes with the choke tube, insulation and choke stove in the original box (box isn't in bad condition given the age of it). $375 plus actual cost of postage. If questions or if you wish to see other images, please either send a PM or an email to jon_goodman@yahoo.com

image link: https://photos.app.goo.gl/Vf1apCXMiQkno4Du8


As I have mentioned, I have been promised 2 other used 3211s carburetors but don't have them yet.


Jon

1952 1/2 ton with 1959 235
T5 with 3.07 rear end
Re: Carter 3211s (1957-1962 235) three NOS [Re: Jon G] #1333997 Sat Nov 16 2019 06:02 PM
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I am interested in Carb 2.

Re: Carter 3211s (1957-1962 235) three NOS [Re: Jon G] #1337822 Mon Dec 16 2019 04:56 AM
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Jon G Offline OP
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I'm bringing this back up to the top because one member was curious about a replacement for a Rochester B on a 1960 model 235. I will have 2 other 3211s models, but I do not believe it will be before the end of the year. These are used but in good condition, still have factory tags, etc...very hard to find these that haven't been bastardized by some "rebuilder." More on those later.


Jon

1952 1/2 ton with 1959 235
T5 with 3.07 rear end
Re: Carter 3211s (1957-1962 235) three NOS [Re: Jon G] #1338533 Sat Dec 21 2019 01:08 AM
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I am currently using a Rochester B and I would be interested in a Carter. If I read this right carb #3 is available?

What do you have or will have? Thanks


1946 Chevy Half Ton
('56 235, '86 T5, '79 Camaro Z28 rear end, working on the '85 Jaguar XJ6 IFS)
1976 Margay Panther X, MC91B

Re: Carter 3211s (1957-1962 235) three NOS [Re: Jon G] #1338574 Sat Dec 21 2019 03:14 PM
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Jon G Offline OP
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I think all 3 of these are spoken for as of day before yesterday, however I am expecting 2 very good used 3211s models (which I will need to clean, study, check, rebuild) and it appears I've located another NOS 3211s which will arrive here sometime after Jan 1. The other Carter I have is also committed to another person. Please keep in contact. These are not easy to find. Ready for Christmas? Not very seasonal weather we're having, is it?


Jon

1952 1/2 ton with 1959 235
T5 with 3.07 rear end
Re: Carter 3211s (1957-1962 235) three NOS [Re: Jon G] #1338656 Sun Dec 22 2019 02:39 AM
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Yes,I will be "pre-spoken for" a good one. I am interested and not in a hurry. Please send me a PM so I get an email. I am not online all the time.

Thanks,
Richard


1946 Chevy Half Ton
('56 235, '86 T5, '79 Camaro Z28 rear end, working on the '85 Jaguar XJ6 IFS)
1976 Margay Panther X, MC91B


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