I have a Rochester 2BBL carb that was not designed for a car. I don't know original application. Rod for air filter is angled forward, not straight. Throttle rod connection is a grommet, not carb clip. Carb is not newer than mid '60's. Carb vents gas fumes from bowl to atmosphere at idle.
I'm looking at this 1969 Nova SS 350 with the following VIN: 114279W458508.
I understand that it goes:
1 - Chevrolet
1 - Nova
4 - V8
27 - 2 door hardtop
9 - 1969
W - Willow Run, MI
And the rest is the production number.
How can I tell based off these numbers if it is a genuine SS car...
My 1962 Chevy II Series 100 Four door has what appears to be a factory 153 four cylinder with a powerglide. The firewall code says it should be a six cylinder. How reliable is the information on the firewall? Thanks