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post #16 of 25 (permalink) Old Apr 28th, 19, 08:48 AM Thread Starter
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Re: 1967 California Emissions ?

Sure looks to be a correct air cleaner for a California 327/275 horse car. Have no idea why the plastic spacer is even needed.

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You won't find a part number stamped on the air cleaner housing. They had a black and gold label on them which included the part number of the entire assembly. I'll post up a picture of how the tubes are oriented for an L48 and I think also the L30.
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Sure looks to be a correct air cleaner for a California 327/275 horse car. Have no idea why the plastic spacer is even needed.
The spacer may be needed to get the air cleaner off the coil and distributor. The 4-barrel air cleaners cover the distributor and coil a little.

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Here's how the bottom tubes are oriented on the L48 (and I assume L30) housing. Their air pumps have the tube for the air cleaner hose at an angle, unlike the LF7 which is straight. If you try to use that housing on your mix of components, you probably want to test fit before welding the tubes back in place. I've no idea if you can get the base to sit correctly on the 4bbl carb without that spacer, with all your other factory LF7 components still in place.


Your factory 2bbl intake should be the 3877652, and the carb 7037112. Both should pre-date your engine assembly date if you also want numbers correct. The air cleaner assembly would probably be the early version 6424492 with two bottom tubes rather than the later version 6424803 which is shown in the AIM under UPC K19 Sheet A9. That black/gold 6424492 housing assembly sticker with the number is repopped. The AIM has the revision date as 11/13/66, however that date is when the manual was updated and not the date it happened in the assembly plant.
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post #21 of 25 (permalink) Old Apr 29th, 19, 08:31 AM
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Im looking for a 7037203 carb!!

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Here's how the bottom tubes are oriented on the L48 (and I assume L30) housing. Their air pumps have the tube for the air cleaner hose at an angle, unlike the LF7 which is straight. If you try to use that housing on your mix of components, you probably want to test fit before welding the tubes back in place. I've no idea if you can get the base to sit correctly on the 4bbl carb without that spacer, with all your other factory LF7 components still in place.


Your factory 2bbl intake should be the 3877652, and the carb 7037112. Both should pre-date your engine assembly date if you also want numbers correct. The air cleaner assembly would probably be the early version 6424492 with two bottom tubes rather than the later version 6424803 which is shown in the AIM under UPC K19 Sheet A9. That black/gold 6424492 housing assembly sticker with the number is repopped. The AIM has the revision date as 11/13/66, however that date is when the manual was updated and not the date it happened in the assembly plant.
Thanks for your help and posting pictures.
you wouldn't happen to have pictures of how the AIR hoses are routed for the 4 barrel (L48)

I will be looking for the correct 2 barrel parts.

The part# s are
3877652 Intake
7037112 carburetor
6424492 air cleaner assembly

I would also like to find the emission hoses that would be correct for L48

Thanks again for all your help.
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Thanks for your help and posting pictures.
you wouldn't happen to have pictures of how the AIR hoses are routed for the 4 barrel (L48)

I will be looking for the correct 2 barrel parts.

The part# s are
3877652 Intake
7037112 carburetor
6424492 air cleaner assembly

I would also like to find the emission hoses that would be correct for L48

Thanks again for all your help.

You'll need to look at the 67 AIM under UPCs K19 and K24 for hose routing, along with searching for pictures of survivor cars. Good luck finding the original hoses. Most likely you'll need to fabricate them or find repops for other models that are "close enough" or can be altered. The intake is most easily found. You just need the correct casting date code if trying to get numbers correct. Maybe check with carb rebuilders to see if they have core carbs lying around.


Ironic that most of the V8s were LF7 but finding those original parts today is not easy.
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post #24 of 25 (permalink) Old May 15th, 19, 05:50 PM
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Re: 1967 California Emissions ?

I believe the coil's mounting bracket which bolts to the intake is slanted more rearward for clearance of the air cleaner on the 4bbl equipped engine, and they probably left the 2 bbl bracket on the intake and it won't clear the air cleaner without the use of a spacer, which raises the cleaner assy. above the coil, etc... This has been discussed at this site some time ago. FWIW. If you need pics of the 4bbl brkt I can supply them, and possibly get you a degree's rearward measurement. Coil length can also be part of your clearance problem if it is not original equipment (many aftermarket and replacements were "longer").
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post #25 of 25 (permalink) Old May 16th, 19, 09:57 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks for the replies.
Looks like the biggest reason the air filter housing won't fit is. The rubber emission hose are still setup for 2 barrel and interfere with housing.
Car still has ac delco ignition coil.
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