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Yes again BAAB,
Unlike my other Sonett motors which are serial stamped I have what I believe to be is an industrial series Ford V-4 motor,I removed from a 73 Sonett. From this engine I removed a Holley-Weber 5200 carburetor (two barrel)that was installed on a modified single barrel manifold. The OEM manifold had been carved, probably with a die-grinder, and an adaptor plate bolted to it (made of aluminium with studs) held the carburetor in place. I can take a few pictures of the manifold and adaptor if you are interested. I never had this engine running so I can't say what if any noticable difference there would be using it over the later 2bbl.
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