Kingston 5 ball for sales I'm not carb expert carb, please refer to pictures bellow. You will get what you see. I try to post most pictures possible. $500 plus shipping.
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Reduced 350$ plus shipping
I could be wrong but I don't think that is the one that fits a Model T. The carb bolts to the car and yours is threaded and screws on. Someone here will know what this one fits.
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It is for a marine engine and much lower in value.
Another picture of the inside parts of the carb. Stan Howe told me this carb in the actual condition is $300 value. A restored correct Model T carb is worth $1500-1800. So the asking Bottom dollar is 300$, the same price I paid for it at Hershey swap meeting 2 years ago. Most of the parts are the same than the correct 5 ball carb and the asking price is really reasonable.
Hi Mario I will take the 5 ball carb if still available Thanks Randy Morse 99008 land line 509 236 2393
I have seen them converted nicely to a T type with an added welded on brass flange. If done correctly, they look pretty good.
Sold to John. Thank you MTFCA and also thank you for the all interest from many of you. Payment pending.
I still have one of these too. Uncle Stan told me it could have also been on a tractor or stationary engine back in the day.
As long as we're on the subject - some sight drift.
My father's 1910 IHC Model F roadster has a Kingston five-ball updraft carb.
As you can see, the intake screws into the carb.