It's time to reduce my Weber collection.

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CooperTune
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It's time to reduce my Weber collection.

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Take note, I'm located in US.
For sale: one 40 DCOE with Cannon 805 3.250-inch intake and 1.500 ram pipes. Last run on an early 90s BOC converted from injection. $650. US
plus shipping at cost.

For sale: 28/36 Weber with intake, K&N air cleaner assembly and rebuild kit. $300. US
plus shipping at cost.

For sale: 48 IDA Weber, intake and K&N air cleaner assembly with correct air horns and aux venturi. $1000. US
plus shipping at cost.

For sale: Longman split Weber kit. Alloy lhd or rhd intakes, 2 DCOE13s one cut for LHD, the Longman huge air horns and rose jointed linkage. $1200 US
Plus shipping at cost.

I'm open to reasonable offers. I have quite a few other DCOE carbs and intakes.
Thanks for looking Steve )CTR)
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Re: It's time to reduce my Weber collection.

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The Weber collection.
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Re: It's time to reduce my Weber collection.

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I don't get them out very often, third row back second from left is the 40 DCOE. Center rear is the 48 IDA and front far right the 28/36. All are used and have been fitted to classic minis in the past. The spits are stored seperate if interested I have two sets and can provide. Steve (CTR)
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Re: It's time to reduce my Weber collection.

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Weber bits posted for Steve
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