Has anyone ever seen or touched a Holley NH with a brass body? How about one where the throttle arm goes all the way through and has a spring and pin holding it in place up under the body?
Best give Potter a call,if anyone has seen one he'd be the one to know.
First one I've seen but then I don't do much with stock carbs. Somebody likes it pretty well, I'd like to have it in my collection but it's already over $200 with over a week to go.
I'm the high bidder right now but I'm just knocking it around, seeing how much the proxy bid was on it, it will go for more money than I have so I'm done.
Here's the link: http://www.ebay.com/itm/131060498746?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m143 8.l2649&autorefresh=true
I have one on my Kamper, From memory Russ Potter suggested that it may have been for marine use originally.
The throttle shaft is enclosed in the casting not exposed with a pin.
It is RHD but I can't remember if I changed the throttle are to RHD or not.
Interesting! It's not really early though,as far as I can tell. It appears to be a swayback rather than a straight bore. It has the shorter twin arm choke arms. It has the cover plate rather than the screw in vent. The centre outlet on the bowl is later too.
The suggestion that it may be for marine use makes sense.
Allan from down under.
Mr. Howe, I sent you a PM