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I came across an aluminum factor sb chevy intake years ago at a swap meet and purchased it along with a carter afb 4bbl. I was going to use it for the 66 nova ss I was building but went with a performer rpm instead.

I dug it out of the attic last month and looked up the casting #3794129 which tells me it is for a 1964 340 HP 327 corvette. It seems to be very rare and I would like to make sure it finds its way to someone doing a #s matching project. I had it on ebay but did not get much action which probably makes sense if it is rare, only someone building that car with that engine would want it.

I would like opinions and any help in making sure this piece of history finds a correct home. It is in very good condition and from what I have found out not easy to come by. I have no use for it but would like to get what it is worth, suggestions and opinions are welcome. Anyone with more information about the intake (how rare? what is it worth?) please chime in. I'm sorry if this isn't the right place for this post but I know there is alot of knowledge here. :cool:

Thanks!!

Steve
 

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Steve you could shoot a message to member DZAUTO....I think he is a Corvette Fuel Injection restorer and would most likely know a good bit about any type of induction they used....Good Luck
 

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Steve,
I gave my views in a PM to you, but it looks as if Larry is a buyer-------------------------if you guys can get together on a price. :thumbsup:
 

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Thanks Tom, you were a great help and had the information I was looking for. I hope to find it a good home and help someone that is needing one. It is amazing what you can luck into at swap meets, I had it in my attic for years after buying it having no idea it was somewhat rare. Also I made an error saying it was for a 1964 when it is for a 1963. My bad!

Another example of how great this forum is for knowledge and information!
:beers:

Steve
 
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