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Old 09-13-2019, 01:55 PM
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Freddie, I went back to my basement library. The only listing that starts with 700700 ends in a zero. So, a 7007000 is a 1955 Oldsmobile four barrel carb. If your carb resembles the one pictured in the following link, I think the question is solved. Look at it and see.

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Yes, that's what it looks like. Thank you very much!
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Got a chance to check the linkage on mine and it's a little different from the Olds carb in the picture. I don't know if this has ever been used. The color is real good and I don't see any signs of carbon in it. It's dirty, but looks good. Part of the choke is missing.
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I'm not sure what differences there may be, or why. I'm not qualified enough on those old 4-jets. You'll need to reach out to someone that is more experienced in older Oldsmobiles. I'm just a glorified parts guy that buys and sells old car parts as a hobby. I'd bet there is a club or web site that can help you figure why yours may be slightly different. Good luck.
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