If you're searching for a leader in reliable, quality restoration of classic
muscle car carburetors, then look no farther than the Holley Custom Shop.
This specialty service transforms tired, worn-out O.E.M. muscle carbs
back to their original condition. And because this is a "custom" service,
each order is personally followed through from start to finish by
one of the factory technicians.
Not only are Holley carbs restored, but Rochesters, Motorcrafts and
Carters, too. Engineering parts lists are uncompromisingly followed to
the letter. In some remote cases where an O.E. part may no longer exist,
an O.E. "equivalent" is used in its place.
You can be assured that your carburetor will
remain in good hands. Even before any work
begins, two or three close-up photos are
taken of each carb from different angles so
that it can be easily identified at any time
during its stay at the Custom Shop. Many
more precautions as well are taken to
ensure your order stays together. Here
are some other important reasons why the
Custom Shop's restoration process stands
out in customer satisfaction:
- Inspection of carbs for metal fatigue,
slightly-stripped threads, hair-line cracks
and worn-out throttle lever bushings.
- Cadmium Chromating of steel parts
(clips, fasteners, linkages, etc.) for O.E.
looks and corrosion protection.
- Black oxidizing of base plates on
Rochester 2-BBL carbs.
- Chemical and vibratory cleaning of
all carburetor castings.
- Testing of subassemblies-chokes,
vacuum secondaries, float bowls, metering
blocks-to verify performance before final
assembly takes place.
- Replacement of gaskets, diaphragms,
power valves and needle/seat assemblies.
- Flow-stand testing of all carburetors
to confirm correct metering of
Before a carb is sealed in a carton and returned, all paperwork is
enclosed; this is your proof that the work was performed by Holley
and that the carb has passed all of the factory's quality standards
as prescribed by the O.E. manufacturer.
NOTE: Prices are based on rebuildable cores (no damaged castings, stripped
threads or missing parts.) Damaged or missing parts will be repaired or replaced
and a charge will be added based on replacement value. Contact the Custom Shop
for specific price information.