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    That's the one to work on it. That will take you through everything you need to repair it. The Owners Manual is much smaller and focuses on common driving and service procedures. I think this is it. https://www.kaiserwillys.com/categor...-station-wagon

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    Just ordered---love is in the air.
    Thanks!

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    On the shirt size, XL for me.

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    A far far cry from "Worthless". gmwillys name officially becomes "Keeper of _________ Knowledge" pick any one or more of these words...

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    A far cry from “Dirt Pilot perfectionist”

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    Gentlemen-

    I haven't searched the forum yet, but would value your opinion. It appears my 63 Station Wagon has the original 230 Tornado engine with the original Holley 2 barrel. She runs VERY lean - full choke to start, half choke to idle - bogs under a load. I haven't messed with it yet-----and based on age would quickly install a remanf. Holley 2 barrel rather than waste time tinkering....
    Any thoughts?

    Thanks----and t-shirts are underway!

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    It sure would have me looking at a carb rebuild.

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    I would go through the carb you have, and put a kit in it. The carbs are fairly simple, as long as you take notes and pictures of linkage positions. Buy a genuine Holley kit, and you should be back on the road in no time.

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    You can buy a gallon can of that cleaner and it will really get them clean. Let it soak overnight. Wash out with water and blow everything out.

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    Ok---off to a carb rebuild kit-
    Stay tuned...and thanks!!

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