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I have one of these. I was just wondering where it came from and if there are any advantages to using over my autolite 2100. They look pretty similar. I couldn't find it on Holley's site.

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My books show the C4OF-AE as a Ford 2100 from a 64 260 AT Fairlane. Is this from the tag or on the air horn or base?

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Bob Mannels book show a C4OF-AE as a 2100 Autolite carb, not a Holley, it was used on 260's in Fairlanes,Comets and Falcons with automatic transmissions, but is also listed as a replacement carb for either auto or manual trans.

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Does it say manufactured by Holley or remanufactured? The holley two barrel like the four barrel versions has a split base(where the throtle plates are), and has a removable fuel bow, like the 4V holleys.The 2100, like the 4100 Autolite is a simple design, it has a one piece base, with a removable top.

1967 S code GT Deluxe Coupe 65B
1966 Convertible 76B 289 4 speed
1964 Fairlane 500 2DR HT-the new project
1986 Jeep Cherokee 4X4 the "beater"
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Aha! A piece of the sticker is indeed missing and it could say "re" in the missing part. It's the 1 peice design as you said. Thanks for the help!

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