I'm not sure I understand the question. In the first picture, there's dual bolt patterns, but a squarebore carb won't be able to open the primary throttles.
In the second picture, there's only one bolt pattern.
What are you trying to accomplish?
IF (big IF) you have hood clearance and you can get the throttle and kickdown cables to connect, I'd prefer an adapter spacer for most applications.
A spacer adds plenum volume just like other carb spacers.
You can open the plenum divider in the spacer and you haven't had to carve metal out of a manifold that costs 10X or 20X as much as the spacer.
The spacer can be nicely blended to the rest of the manifold--some folks complain about flow losses, but I'd want to see proof on a flowbench.
Your results may vary.