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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-17-2019, 12:50 PM Thread Starter
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2100 Carb Spacer

Is this a Ford spacer? It came to me years ago when I bought a 2100 for my F100, I was digging through a parts box and ran across it.

I would like to use it on my 289.

Im putting a ebay 2100 on my 65 because Im tired of waiting for Summit to get their 500cfm carb back in stock. Im still going to buy the carb but am in no hurry to do a 2v to 4v swap until Im ready to add factory PS. Nothing leaks on the top end right now except for the carb, so Im in no hurry to pull the manifold.

The ebay 2100 will go on a 250 log head milled for a 2V when I pull it off the 289.


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I guess I need to post a pic.
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If it is a genuine spacer it would have casting numbers in the recess on the underside. It doesn't look like a genuine one, but there would be many out there to suit.

15/5/64. 260 manual Coupe.
23/3/65. 289 manual Fastback.
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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-17-2019, 07:25 PM
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The milling and or cut outs looks very different from the one on my 66.
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