Carburetor off a 1952 Chevrolet with a 216 Engine.
Rochester B Type Airhorn off a 1952 Chevrolet with a 216 Engine. Notice Casting Number is Raised Numbering on Inside of Airhorn.
Throttle Body off a 1904 Edelbrock Quadrajet Carburetor.
Quadrajet Metering Rods off a 1904 Edelbrock Carburetor.
A Few Photos I Took After Hours, Was Waiting for a Customers that was Suppose to Stop By to Pickup a Carburetor. Got my Camera and Started Shooting a Few Carburetors.
Inspect Here to Prevent Failure There. Everything Must be Inspected Prior to Shipment.
This Corvette Came from two Carburetor Shops that could not figure out the Carburetor Issue. Looks like 3rd Times the Charm. Other Shops Did Not Add Bushings in the Throttle Shaft. The Quadrajet was Suffering an Air Leak from the Primary Throttle Shaft forcing the Idle to Fluctuate and Causing the Mixture Idle Screws Not to Respond.
1936 Buick Carburetor. Done and Rebuilt, Ready to Go.
Mercedes Carburetors? No Problem.
An Oldie but Goodie Stopped in for Carburetor Repair Work, Not Problem for Us.
4X4 Truck Stopped by for Us to Rebuild the Carbruetor, A Walk in the Park for Us at Carburetor Center.
Inspection? We got it Covered. Every Carburetor Must be Inspected and Checked Prior to Shipping or Handing it Over to Our Customers.
Ed Labels Each and Every Carburetor to Ensure Correct Application.
A Few Carburetor that are Getting Ready to Ship.
Carburetor Cores are the Foundation of a Carburetor Company.
Ed Knows that Carburetor Specifications MUST be Exact Here at Carburetor Center.
My Dad Working on an Old Hudson at Carburetor Center in El Monte, California.