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ECG 6 carb base, WTB

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Does anyone have a base for an ECG 6 2 barrel?  For quick reference the model has a hot air choke, 3 hole mount.  The base is different than other models due to the choke.

Mike, located in the Siskiyou mountains, Southern, OR 292 powered 1946 Ford 1/2 ton, '62 Mercury Meteor, '55 Country Squire (parting out), '64 Falcon, '54 Ford 600 tractor.



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The ECG 6 was found on 1956 Fords with 272.

Mike, located in the Siskiyou mountains, Southern, OR 292 powered 1946 Ford 1/2 ton, '62 Mercury Meteor, '55 Country Squire (parting out), '64 Falcon, '54 Ford 600 tractor.



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Mike I should have one of those,i will try to find one tomorrow,my parts are not stored here at the house  Carl Lynn

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Thanks Carl.  Hope you do.  I have a NOS air horn and mid section, but no base Crazy .  If it surfaces post a pic please.

Mike, located in the Siskiyou mountains, Southern, OR 292 powered 1946 Ford 1/2 ton, '62 Mercury Meteor, '55 Country Squire (parting out), '64 Falcon, '54 Ford 600 tractor.



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Still in need.  Carl's were the earlier base(s).

Mike, located in the Siskiyou mountains, Southern, OR 292 powered 1946 Ford 1/2 ton, '62 Mercury Meteor, '55 Country Squire (parting out), '64 Falcon, '54 Ford 600 tractor.



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I dug thru my parts and found this base.  Not sure if it is what you are looking for or can tell by the pics.





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56FLRN, Thanks a lot for taking time to look.  I can see your base has 4 mounting bolts.  The two applications I know of (?) for a type 94, model 2110, 2V Holley with 4 mounting holes is an International BD 264 engine, and some VW's.  It gets complicated.  Some of the carbs with the base I need have List numbers, others dont.  I'll add the list numbers later, but it seems only two will work.  1956 272 Ford car, 1956 272 Ford truck. 

Mike, located in the Siskiyou mountains, Southern, OR 292 powered 1946 Ford 1/2 ton, '62 Mercury Meteor, '55 Country Squire (parting out), '64 Falcon, '54 Ford 600 tractor.



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Here’s a picture of an early Y two barrel intake using a four bolt based carburetor.  This intake was pulled off of a big truck engine.  Likely used a governed Teapot 2V carb but the bolt pattern looks to be the same as a Rochchester 2V carb.

 

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Here is a pic of the bottom of the body.  The base needs to extend over the groove leading from the PV to the hole.  Earlier bases leave the groove exposed and unsealed.

The two List numbers that I feel fairly certain about are 1283 for '56 car with 272, and 1284 for '56 truck with 272.  List numbers 1156, 1157, 1158, 1159 and 1160 are possible, as they also are for '56 272 vehicles, but dont know for sure about those carbs.

Ted, I hadnt seen an intake with a bolt pattern like that one.  Like you said it must have used the tpot type 2 barrel.



Mike, located in the Siskiyou mountains, Southern, OR 292 powered 1946 Ford 1/2 ton, '62 Mercury Meteor, '55 Country Squire (parting out), '64 Falcon, '54 Ford 600 tractor.



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Mike,



Did you find the base you were looking for? I have an extra.

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