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The '65-style pump is much better at filtration and does away with the need for a screw-in-the-carb filter and rubber connecting hose.
 

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^^^^^this^^^^^ +1
 

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$30 for a 65 Mustang Carter fuel pump at RockAuto. How much more afforable can you get?
 

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$30 for a 65 Mustang Carter fuel pump at RockAuto. How much more afforable can you get?
Well, the 66 pump without the filter is half that price.
 

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$12.97 + the cost of the filter for a pump and filter that has far less surface area and will need to be replaced much more often?

I put the 65 pump on everything it will fit.

Not to mention that if $29.79 vs $12.97 is an issue, you are in the wrong hobby.
 
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