I did a little homework: It is not a model 4100- but it did come on a 1967 A-code mustang. We both get educated:
The Autolite 4100 series four-barrel
carburetor is an outstanding piece -
easy to tune, reliable, and offers good
performance. This carburetor was
used on 289-4V and High Performance
engines from 1963-66, and in 1967
only on the Hi-Po. The 1967 289-4V
engine was equipped with the 4300
Beginning in 1967, Ford set its sights on improved emissions. The Autolite 4300 four-barrel
carburetor was conceived to replace the 4100 as a means to both improved emissions and
performance. The 4300 differed greatly from the 4100 with its slightly larger secondary throttle
bores and smaller primaries. From the start, there were teething problems with this carburetor. It’s
first year out, only one version of the 4300 was implemented at 441cfm—not enough carburetor in
any case. The following year, 1968, a larger 4300, a 600cfm unit, was employed for specific big-
block applications only. The 441cfm 4300 carb was dropped in 1970. In 1974, the 4300 was
replaced by the 4350.
In 1971, the Autolite 4300D yielding 715cfm came into play on certain 351 Cleveland engines—the
Boss 351 and the 351 Cobra Jet. What made the 4300D different from the 4300 was its spreadbore
design, like the Rochester QuadraJet, Carter Thermo Quad and Holley Spread Bore. The 4300D
offered huge quantities of air when power was needed.
-As quoted by the Hi Performance Ford Engine Parts Interchange. By MRE Automotive Publications, under the small block induction sub category.
...Just thought I'd share.
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