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These came with the first 240 I bought and resold.  I'll never install them because I need to keep my driver's license and stay out of jail.

They are the older ones and supposedly pulled off a wrecked 240 years ago.  They have been dry of fuel for at least 5 years and would most likely need rebuilding.

Weber Bologna, made in Italy. 40 DCOE 18.  CANNON intake.

Any help with their value would be appreciated. 

Thanks, Cliff. 

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I suspect more than $1000. I don't have time right now to look through ebay but those are the Italian made bodies (deisreable) the 18's with the manifold and the Redline filters...

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Webers are no longer made in Italy.  Have been made in Spain now for quite a number of years.

Mike.

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10 minutes ago, Mike W said:

Webers are no longer made in Italy.  Have been made in Spain now for quite a number of years.

Mike.

Thank you!

Saved me some time.

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hey site - are these still available or did they sell?

I'm looking into a carb conversion for my L28 - and looking at Weber 40's

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Somewhere between $1000 and $1200. Any less and you're giving them away. Some, like the 48DCOE were the same design but used on Ferrari race cars and Maserati street cars. They can be worth a good deal more to a person trying to make one of those Original again.

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3 hours ago, FunkytownZ said:

hey site - are these still availble or did they sell?

I'm looking into a carb conversion for my L28 - and looking at Weber 40's

I still have them.  How about $1,000?

Tonight I'll look and see what jets and emulsion tube sizes they have.

 

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1 hour ago, siteunseen said:

I still have them.  How about $1,000?

Tonight I'll look and see what jets and emulsion tube sizes they have.

 

how about $800 :P

I'm still in the early phases of my research - need to price everything out and see if it's something i really want to do to my Z (I'm pretty sure it is)

MSA and Redline sell some kits that include everything (gaskets, etc).  I would also need to get these rebuilt. Redline also offers a warranty.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Weber-DCOE-Kit-fits-Datsun-240Z-260Z-280Z-Triple-Performance-40-DCOE-K659-/331133982952?hash=item4d191f98e8:g:6e8AAOxycD9TWBMb&vxp=mtr

thanks for checking those specs!

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33 minutes ago, FunkytownZ said:

how about $800 :P

Don't forget the air filters that are included in Site's carbs. I can't seem to find similar cast filters. At a minimum I would think that adds $150-200 to the deal

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1 hour ago, Patcon said:

Don't forget the air filters that are included in Site's carbs. I can't seem to find similar cast filters. At a minimum I would think that adds $150-200 to the deal

Those filters are similar to the k&ns I ran on my gsxr bike. I'm 99% positive you can clean and re-oil them.

Do those ebay ones come with that Cannon intake or is that for the pictures. I'm thinking it's included at $1,689 price but didn't read the description. 

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18 minutes ago, siteunseen said:

I'm thinking it's included at $1,689 price but didn't read the description. 

I didn't read the description but I don't see any filters in that auction at that price...

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On 4/3/2017 at 2:23 PM, siteunseen said:

I still have them.  How about $1,000?

Tonight I'll look and see what jets and emulsion tube sizes they have.

 

I'm sorry but I haven't had a chance to look yet, I'm curious too.

Here's what I'm going to follow,

 

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