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I STILL HAVE THE WEBER, WILL SHIP IT TO YOU FOR $100.00 (LOWER 48 ONLY) Email me if interested.

I have the following for sale. All are shipping extra.

Weber 32/36 $125.00

Solex $20.00

Weber one barrel $10.00

Any manifold $25.00

Air cleaner $25.00

Weber 32/36 DGV 5A Manual choke. Fairly new, came off a running 02. I had the box it came in somewhere but cannot find it. Includes a KN type filter. $125.00




Solex 36-40PDSI one barrel. Came of a running 1600. Pulled a couple months ago.



Weber Tipo 34ICH 2-350 5m one barrel



Two barrel manifold


One barrel air cleaner. I have two of them.



'69 1600 M42

'13 500 Abarth

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I'll take the Solex 36-40 and the correspoding air cleaner. Please e-mail to make arrangements for payment and shipping. Thank you.


RBensonsixeightyfive at aol dot com

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I just found out that i have the wrong manifold on my car. Mine came with my weber kit and it is actually for a 1600.

If one of these will work with a stock 2002 and a Weber 32/36, i'll take it.

Please let me know.

1972 Malaga (according to DMV) 2002. (Manufactured in '71)


'77 BMW R100S '73 BMW Cafe bike  1966 Triumph T100C  1966 R90/2 BMW Sidecar Rig  1956 MV Agusta Turismo Rapido

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