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Old August 15th, 2008, 05:36 PM   #1
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1966 L69 tripower for sale

I have a fully restored, show quality 66 Oldsmobile tripower for sale. I primarily restore Pontiac tripowers, full time. I am very familiar with the L69 tripowers, having restored many over the years.

This unit is in excellent condition. I bought it complete, with the front carb tag. It had one damaged "paddle" for the exhaust crossover. This has been replaced. Carbs were excellent cores. They have been Chromate dipped, per factory. Throttleblades sealed. I replace all airhorn screws with new ones that I have blackened with Phosphate dip, per factory.

This unit is flawless, includes new air cleaners.

If you are looking for a specific date code, I do have two finished units and one more excellent original intake.

Take a look at my web page www.pontiactripower.com
You can see my finished Pontiac units under the SERVICES section.

My tripowers are guaranteed to satisfy.

email me if interested and I can supply my phone number

pontiactripower@gmail.com

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Illinois
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Old August 16th, 2008, 09:05 AM   #2
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I didn't see any photos Of the Olds setup on your site. I am very familiar with Olds 3x2 and in 1975 compared to the Edelbrock Torker and an 800 Holley spread bore. The 3x2 was 1-2 tenths better in the 1/4, both setups properly jetted.
BTW the cfm on the 4 barrel scale (1.5" drop) comes to 850 for the Tri-Carbs. PLEASE don't call the Olds setup by the Pontiac name
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Old August 17th, 2008, 12:51 AM   #3
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........ PLEASE don't call the Olds setup by the Pontiac name
What he said.

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