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If a 101 engine number, they will be early style "large top" 40 DCOE2's. a 1315 engine number as 750 needs 40DCO3's.
 

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Much easier to find than the DCO3 set up. The 1960 manifold can be located with effort, and it may be that Ok Parts and Engineering in Germany has a replica of the cold air box. They do have the air-cleaner assembly. The manifold bell crank (high-mount) is made by another builder in the USA now that I have stopped manufacture. I just restored an excellent pair of very early 40DCOE2 large top Webers for a customer, set up for a 1300 101 Veloce. No idea if he might sell them.
 

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The dcoe2's can be found on eBay if you are not in a hurry.
I have a spare intake piece, but I think it is 1600 veloce with larger openings.
Let me know if you are interested, 600€
This part has been vaporblasted.
 

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