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I have a 1968 302 Mustang that I wish to fix up a bit. It doesnt need to much work, just some minor restoration. I noticed that the carb id was C7DFR...as far as I can tell this is not a carb meant for this year mustang. I did some research to verify, but want to get some other feedback as well.
 

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This is an Autolite 2100 2bbl carb for a 1967 Ford Fairlane (including Torino), Comet/Cyclone, Mustang, Cougar, or Falcon with an automatic transmission without the thermactor emissions control.

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Hey man i have a brand new rebuild moto craft that came off my 72 302 im getting rid of it becuz i am making my car into a reace car. so im asking 100 bucks this thing is in great shape
 
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MARKSRS is correct according to Bob Mannels book, Mustang & Ford Small Block V8, 1962-1969, lets give Bob some credit for providing us all with this info.

1967 S code GT Deluxe Coupe 65B
1966 Convertible 76B 289 4 speed

Descendent of Francois Seguin dit Laderoute,
Soldier Regiment d' Carignan, New France 1665-1668
 

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KBSTANG your right. Bob gets the credit for the ID, I just relayed the info from his excellent book. I should have noted that.

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