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Weber DCNF 40 twin carbs

Mon Jan 07, 2013 1:50 pm

Can anyone make use of a twin setup of DCNF 40s. One has been refurbed and I can get the kit for the other.

Not sure what they are worth, but seen same type on eBay unsold at 300

Offers welcome

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Re: Weber DCNF 40 twin carbs

Tue Jan 08, 2013 9:23 am

Honestly I do not know what these are worth.

Offers around £150 for the pair and the manifold?

Will dig them out of the lockup today when I have a little time and put more pics in the first post.

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Re: Weber DCNF 40 twin carbs

Tue Jan 08, 2013 7:11 pm

Those are from a maestro Jim, try listing them as such.
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Re: Weber DCNF 40 twin carbs

Wed Jan 09, 2013 9:37 pm

No worries Tim, will pop these on the bay then as they will be of little value here. I picked em up when I had more money for a project that I never got around to doing.
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Re: Weber DCNF 40 twin carbs

Fri Jan 11, 2013 9:48 pm

Jim, they are also from Ferrari and I sold the last set I had for £300 to a bloke in USA, apparantly theyre hard to come across over there. (Didnt dare tell him what a maestro was...)
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Re: Weber DCNF 40 twin carbs

Sun Jan 13, 2013 11:04 am

axnutty wrote:
Jim, they are also from Ferrari and I sold the last set I had for £300 to a bloke in USA, apparantly theyre hard to come across over there. (Didnt dare tell him what a maestro was...)


was this recently?

I was watching one / some a couple of months back, kept re listing.

cheers for the Ingo, I will see how to list over there too.

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