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Holley can trace its roots back to 1896, when brothers George and Earl Holley of Bradford Pennsylvania began to take an interest in internal combustion. They developed the three-wheeled Runabout, a vehicle capable of 30 mph, motorized bicycles, and even a car called the Motorette.
In 1903, at the urging of Henry Ford, they narrowed their focus to carburetors, and have since become one of only 4 companies to have supplied Ford for over a century.
After World War II, for which Holley supplied about half of all carburetors on automobiles, planes, and boats, Holley entered the performance market, and they've never looked back. Holley has consistently supplied carburetors and other Holley performance products to NASCAR and NHRA teams for decades, becoming the winningest company in racing history.
As of 2011, a quarter of a billion Holley carburetors have been produced, and they don't show signs of stopping.
When a manufacturer implements a Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) policy, they create limits on the list price that retailers are allowed to advertise their products for. In line with our efforts to continually provide the lowest possible price, we've made it easier for you to inquire about our Exclusive Pricing on these MAP items.
Free Ground Shipping
Free FedEx ground shipping on all orders over $100. Free shipping to 48 Continental United States only. Orders under $100 will incur a FedEx ground shipping charge of $9.95.
$9.95 Per Wheel/$25 Per Tire
Each wheel will incur a $9.95 per wheel fee and each tire will incur a $25 per tire fee up to $129. You will be charged a maximum of $129 regardless of how many wheels and/or tires you purchase.
$129 Truck Freight
Oversized parts will incur a $129 truck freight charge that FedEx cannot provide standard ground shipping on.