****! I just realized that the Chevette uses the DFV left hand setup, and not the DGV right hand setup. Will using a DGV hurt anything? I read that the primary and secondary barrel's roles are switched.
It's been done by alot of poeples, I don't see why it wouldn't work for you. You may need to build the bracket that holds the throttle wire. I did it with a .25" rod, plied and welded in some sort of "Y", where both small ends hold a carb bolt and the third end holds the throttle cable. I got a 38/38 though it may be different for you.
Maybe I will ask Rick Drake, he should probably know for sure of any problems. He's had dozens of these cars over the years.
Yeah, if you are able to hook up a 38 DGAS which is also a right hand carb, then I suppose a 32/36 DGV shouldn't be a problem. It should virtually be the same. Just hope the manual choke does not complicate things.
Ugh, I will take a look at the spare 5210 I have lying around, and see what I can bring over to the Weber. Hopefully being backwards doesn't harm too much.