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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old Jan 25th, 09, 07:08 PM Thread Starter
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'67 Z/28 Holley 3910 question.

I have a guy that is claiming he has a 3910 Holley carb for sale that is only a couple of years old. Did they make any service replacement carbs that didn't have the GM number on them? There is a guy selling one on eBay too and claims it's brand new. I don't show anything on the Holley website, jeg's....etc for that number. What's going on here? If it is a service replacement and only has the "list 3910" on it....is it still worth something? Seems like even the service replacement carbs for that year would be really old. He's asking $75 for it and says it's in good shape. Thanks!


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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old Jan 25th, 09, 07:49 PM
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Re: '67 Z/28 Holley 3910 question.

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I have a guy that is claiming he has a 3910 Holley carb for sale that is only a couple of years old. Did they make any service replacement carbs that didn't have the GM number on them? There is a guy selling one on eBay too and claims it's brand new. I don't show anything on the Holley website, jeg's....etc for that number. What's going on here? If it is a service replacement and only has the "list 3910" on it....is it still worth something? Seems like even the service replacement carbs for that year would be really old. He's asking $75 for it and says it's in good shape. Thanks!
They are some new 3910's being made again, but they are not technically correct.

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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old Jan 26th, 09, 09:17 AM
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Re: '67 Z/28 Holley 3910 question.

Most likely they are all service replacements or new remakes of the original.
Either way they are stamped with the GM part number and 3910. I have pics of my original 3910 dated 742 or 2nd week of April if you need to compare real with repop.

Real ones that are rebuilt run in the $1300-$1600 with good 67 dates.

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