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  1. #1 What is this carburetor, I'm lost! 
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    Here is the carburetor fitted to my Pinto 2L (Sierra 1987). I would like to change the gaskets but I cannot find which weber carburetor it is. Thank you for informing me.20211127_105516.jpg20211127_105509.jpg20211127_105438.jpg20211127_105457.jpg
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  2. #2 Re: What is this carburetor, I'm lost! 
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    32/36 DGV as it doesn't look like it has the auto choke. Otherwise DGAV
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  3. #3 Re: What is this carburetor, I'm lost! 
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    Looks somewhat like my 38 DGAS that I have on my Essex V6.
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  4. #4 Re: What is this carburetor, I'm lost! 
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    Spot on Alan, it is a 38dgas. Back in the day one of the first tuning mods to the 2000cc SOHC engine after a good branch manifold was to fit the dgas weber which was fitted to the 3000cc essex Capri. Blue belle has the same arrangement with no operating choke.
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    En effet, il n'a pas le starter automatique
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  6. #6 Re: What is this carburetor, I'm lost! 
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    Can you give us any more details about the donor engine?
    Pouvez-vous nous donner plus de détails sur le moteur donneur ?

    I would have guessed a Pinto would have come from a Sierra but I think they all had automatic chokes.
    J'aurais deviné qu'un Pinto viendrait d'un Sierra mais je pense qu'ils avaient tous des starters automatiques.

    The Haynes manual for Sierra’s is here:
    Le manuel Haynes pour Sierra est ici :
    https://www.leschroniquesdegoliath.c...-Manual-GB.pdf

    Good exploded views of the carburettor from page 4A•9
    Bonnes vues éclatées du carburateur de la page 4A•9

    Paul
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  7. #7 Re: What is this carburetor, I'm lost! 
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    Voici ce que je trouve comme inscriptions sur le bloc moteur
    GU 50746
    205
    21030
    85HM6015BB
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  8. #8 Re: What is this carburetor, I'm lost! 
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    The simple answer is Weber DGAS.
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  9. #9 Re: What is this carburetor, I'm lost! 
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    The Weber carb always has the model stamped on the base plate. Best way to definitively identify what you have.

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  10. #10 Re: What is this carburetor, I'm lost! 
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    Sorry you will find my thoughts on this carb on the post below.
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