Like gwagon these carbs will have value to a Chrysler or Mopar guy would research some of there sites including facebook to find out value somebody will be looking for them then turn those into 3361s and 3362s/3804
This is why I like this forum getting info I wasn't expecting such as the difference in the air horns in 62 and 63
I have another question date codes on the AFB's I have ,both are 3361s one has B8B and the other has BA6
3362s --3804 AFB
This poses an interesting question
Why are the 3362s AFb so rare since they where produced from 62 to late 63 before being replaced by 3804 in 64
seems that the 3804 are easier to get than the 3362s
I have 2 sets of 2x4 with the 3804 as primary, one that I was able to put...
Need help identifying connecting rods
Have a 62 QB engine that appears to be all original they do not have any numbers cast or stamped on them although they do have paint smears on each rod
Any and all help Welcome
Just trying to replicate my brothers car from 62 so when I came across the QB with 62 date that makes it easier with all the right parts instead of trying to put something together Not going to race just enjoy the memories also for his daughter and grandson (his grandson never met him)
Thanks to all for the input
The initial plan was to put in a 62 (Cloning my Brothers car from 62) but wanting a HiPo would need 690 or 583 heads so I came across a 62 QB so up for sale the 65 goes hoping to find someone putting together a 65 409 car.
I haven't seen or found many 65 409 car...
ACP (Stahl) in PA is making 409 headers I know fenderwell not sure about undercarriage
they were closed temporally do to Covid give them a call speak with Greg Website https://acpheaders.com/headers.html
I have a 62 QB 409 that was assembled in Feb 62 the crankshaft has the casting # 3738072 which appears to be 61 don't see stamping from machine work done
Was there some crossover between 61 and 62 in parts that may have been used in the manufacture at the Tonawawda Plant