hmmm will try thatIf you can clean up the body of the Carb. really good "sometimes" you can find model numbers stamped onto the carb. that will identify what carb. it is , Ex. on the area(s) where the tabs are for mounting the carb. or on any flat surface "should" hopefully have some kind of markings.
fan ?? somebody did say it may be a Tecumseh motorIs your engine a Tecumseh by chance? If n I remember correctly. The model # for a Tecumseh is on the fan shroud ????. I do not think the engines were serialized. If you can find the model # and the HP rating of the engine finding a carb should be fairly easy. I have successfully shopped Amazon for Small engine parts. Jack's Small Engine is another great place to look as well. No matter where you look for parts you will need the Make & Model # of the Engine. If the carb is mostly complete, as shown in your picture, you may get away with just a major rebuild kit. If you do get the engine going I would install an inline fuel shutoff valve and an inline fuel filter. A fuel shutoff valve has saved many slow slow leaker carbs from leaking gas into the engine & engine oil.
oh wow kind of similar hmmmmmmmm tyThat carb is pretty hard to find these days. I think that's the only thing you can use on that engine with the way the linkage works. Here's one that will get you in the ball park. Do some research and find the engine numbers.
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