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I just picked up a 72 Chevelle SS402 4SPD.It has 50K original miles and is supposed to be #ers matching.Does anyone know what carb came on these cars?I thought it was Quadrajet but it has a Holley.This car is pretty quick for a 72.I figured internals would be the same as a 396/325 with lower compression.

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It came with a Quadrajet originally.
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The GM Heritage vehicle information kits are a wealth of information.

https://www.gmheritagecenter.com/doc...t-Chevelle.pdf

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I believe 7042215 would be correct # for 402/4 speed Chevelle in 1972.
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The GM Heritage vehicle information kits are a wealth of information.

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Yes sir.It came with the car.That's $140 saved.
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