Zenith carburetor

Asked by May 31, 2015 at 06:11 PM about the Ford Model A

Question type: General

This is a bit of a mystery to me. I have this Zenith carburetor, it looks similar to the ones used on the Model A Ford, but I know its not. I am baffled by the entry point of the gas line as well as the mouth of the carb. Does anyone know what car this would have went to? Perhaps a later Ford? Thank you

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http://modelabasics.com/carb%20basics%202.htm Called 'Cap jet

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That looks like the one I had on my 8N ford tractor with the top fuel entry for the fuel line as it was gravity feed.

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Ok threaded hole on top of yours, not side. Otherwise very similar. Still looking....

There is the man. I was guessing and throwing images...

Here is a picture of the front

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