The internet is a wonderful thing. Information and misinformation abounds about the Inline Autolite Carburetor. They were a novel approach to fuel delivery and more optimal fuel distribution that was conceived to fit within the ever changing rules of the race sanctioning bodies. Unfortunately for the Inline, they came at a time when politics were influencing Ford’s commitment to racing. Though they were filtered through the hands of many racing teams, the convergence of these events meant they never fully evolved nor were the race sanctioning bodies convinced that sufficient numbers were sold for homologation. Consequently they were relegated to relative obscurity. There are many subtle variations throughout the very limited production numbers. Though they are an elegantly simple carburetor, they were/are not well understood and many have been modified in unfavorable ways. I have owned, rebuilt, and restored many over the course of the last several decades. As a result I have come to know them well and have reproduced most all of the requisite parts for both D0ZX9510A & B carbs. It’s been a very enjoyable hobby and I’ve met a lot of great people from around the world who share the interest in these unique pieces of Ford history. If you are fortunate enough to own of an Inline Autolite, I’d like to make your acquaintance, and hopefully you will find the items on the following pages useful. I have amassed a great deal of information and photographs over the years and will be building the website content as time permits.