Well, it is at 610.00 as of now, what does this fit?
It's a 6 ball and was used on some T's
Matching the pictures in the listing to those in the book "Model T Ford the Car That Changed the World", it appears to be a Kingston "Six-Ball". The caption on the book photo says,
"Center left. The seldom used Kingston "Six-Ball". This carburetor does not appear in any of the Ford parts books."
The book text also says that the Kingston "Six-Ball" was used in 1912 in limited numbers.
I remember seeing one pictured someplace, just couldn't place the design. Just another thing to look out for when I'm digging through junk.
One thing I've noticed about those six ball carburetors is that you never see one that exhibits much wear. I bet they don't work well, and were often removed before they could get worn much.
Also bear in mind that reproductions were made in the past 20 years.
Reproduction 5 Balls yes, but reproduction 6 ball's ?
Yes, a fellow had one of the repros at the 2008 Richmond Centennial, and I've seen 2 or three other reproduction 6 balls as well.