I got a strange carb! The P/N 7032750 does not make any sense using the
standard rochester number system! It was on my 68 camaro R/S w/327 engine.
It has the fuel feed pointing to the side and the choke is actuated by the
bi-metal spring on the intake manifold. The part number is stamped in a
semi-circle on the rear of the housing. Can't find a date code on it. Could
this possibly be stock for this motor or what is it from?
Thanks for any help!
The carburetor part # you are looking for is usually stamped vertically on the
float bowl on most Rochesters. You might have found a component #, not the
Yes, the early Quadrajets (before about 1974/75) started with numbers similar
Yes, the Chevy versions had the fuel feed pointing to the side---that's how you
usually tell a Q-jet from a Chevy engine versus another division.
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I think you are correct, the 7032750 appears to be a casting number for the
housing since a similar number is on the top cover.
However there is no other number on the housing and appears there never
Still a mystery...no idea if it is stock or not!!!
I seem to remember that some of the 60s quadrajets were not stamped with an
ID number but had a small metal tag stamped with the ID attached to the carb
body. I haven't seen one in a while but if the tag is gone you won't find an
ID number in the usual location on the body.
The carb sounds like it's in the ballpark for your car since it has a
divorced choke and a side fuel feed but that doesn't mean it's correct for
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