Cadillac rebuilt Carter carburetor
Classic - # C2
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90 day free warranty..
Price = $260
Refundable core charge $50
Total = $310
Base gasket $5
Shipping $20 to lower 48 States
Please see item description for other shipping options
Texas residents add 8.5% sales tax unless you have a sales tax ID
Total = $335
Here we have for sale a rebuilt AFB Carter Cadillac carburetor with thermostatic choke or electric ..We have Cadillac carburetors with various numbers .
.To tell if this carburetor will fit your engine compare your bolt pattern with the picture of the bolt pattern in this ad. .See picture below, ..( buyer responsible to verify this part fits his/her application ).Our secret to success is that every carburetor that we rebuild and sell is tested on a live running engine before it leaves our shop We know when they leave here they are ready to go to work for you ! ><><>< .I....It comes with installation tips..All of our carburetors are completely disassembled and cleaned with an ultrasonic machine. All bad parts replaced..Then they are reassembled and coated with a special electronically applied powder coating. .They are then bench tested...Finally they are put on a test engine and run..They are tuned and made ready to put on a vehicle. ..Why pay $30 -$50 for a junky, dirty, nasty old used carburetor plus another $30 - $50 for a kit when you can buy this guaranteed rebuilt carb for a little more????.. ...We ship world wide ... Shipping cost is $20 to the contiguous 48 states, Canada $50, Alaska and Hawaii are $50. All international shipping is $95....... . .... .We guarantee this carb to work or we will repair it for free.No refunds. $10% re-stocking fee on all approved returned items...Buyer pays all shipping costs..I do NOT guarantee the suitability of this item for your vehicle. Thanks for .your interest . Warning: Tampering with or tearing apart one of our carburetors voids the warranty; Warning: Never spray carburetor cleaner, starting fluid, diesel starting fluid or propane into any carburetor to prime it or check for vacuum leaks . Use the same gasoline you put in the tank of the vehicle or boat. Use an old fashioned oil can