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Update - Jan & Feb 1969 AMC Hurst 1969 Nascar Javelin 305 CrossRam for DAYTONA
ran a pair of then BRAND NEW on the market HOLLEY LIST 4224 660 CFM "Centra-Flow",
subsequently better known as CENTER SQUIRTER 660's, Holley 4 Barrel 1-11/16" Dia Butterfly Carburetors !,
? How many Holley Carbs in Jan '69 had the Tarozzi Daytona Picture Visible 1:1 Cam Roller & Slot Linkage Bellcrank ? 
as per 1969 vintage BOB TAROZZI, Hurst Staff Engineer COLOR PHOTOGRAPH at DAYTONA !,
and apparently maybe assigned Corp AMC GROUP 19 SERVICE PART NUMBER 448 8113 !
as mistakenly listed in the 1969 Hurst Super Stock AMX specific parts RWB Parts Manual Supplement.
Look Closely and Carefully at the bellow BOB TAROZZI color Photograph of '69 Hurst Nascar Javelin at DAYTONA...

Wow, in 1969 The Holley Carb Company was located a whopping 10 miles away from the 
Hurst Performance Research Ferndale Location Building where the Nascar Javelins and 
S/S AMX's were built...
And here is an Holley ad from Feb 1969 Hot Rod Magazine announcing the new for 1969 
"Centra-Flow" 660 & 850 CFM Carburetors !

Text from Feb 1969 Hot Rod Magazine Holley Ad:

Holley carburetor Ad as it appeared in February 1969 HOT ROD Magazine page-33

CENTRA-FLOW 4-BBLS.   500 CFM 2-BBL.    MARK II 1050 3-BBL.

Hollet "Total Performance" Carbs  Stock up now for the racing season...

- New Centra-Flow 4-bbl ! -
- A brand new generation carb that shoots
all four barrels simultaneously from one centrally-located pump
for greatest fuel distribution.  Mechanical Secondaries... ( List #4224 = 660, List #4223 = 850 )
dual fuel bowls... ( single inlet, side hung, alum fuel transfer tube ) 660 and 850 CFM.
The new standard for single and dual quad performance!

- New 500 CFM Racing 2-bbl ! -
- Largest capacity 2-bbl carburetor available for class racing
and general competition use.  Big brother to Holley street carbs
for 283's, 289's, and 318's.

- New Mark II 3-bbl ! -
America's favorite carburetor is now even better...
delivers up to 1050 CFM !  Hi-capacity pump,
slabbed and polished throttle shafts for unrestricted air flow,
new fuel tube design.  The best you can buy for street and strip.

Meet the other members of The New Generation:

* Colder Range Spark Plugs
* New Ignition Wire & Cable
* New Hi-Performance Ignition Tune-Up Kits
* New Hi-Performance Carb Tune-Up Kits

The new generation is here !   Holley Hi-Performance Products
HOLLEY CARBURETOR COMPANY, 11955 E. Nine Mile Road, Warren, Mich. 48090

Edited by PHAT69AMX - Aug/13/2019 at 12:34am
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Thanks for info motor still in car. Hot here in Az. Still gathering info on pistons rods cams valves valves springs. Still thinking about Fitech. Sure glad I joined forum would be lost without it. Anyone need to know about part no of factory parts I may be able to help since everything is still there. Saving all factory parts SC Rambler just in case. Maybe I can figure out how to send pictures. When and if I have time. I know cooler weather is coming.
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