Carburetor-base nuts are bright silver, not plated or painted, and, common mistake here, there are no washers under the carb nuts. Studs are engine color. Regarding the plating of the carburetor bodies, Scott says, “These don’t all exactly match, I think because the different pieces take the plating differently. Some guys will get them real bright, but I like them to be subdued. I think it’s authentic like that.” Here are some other details—the carburetor-top screws are black zinc, the fuel lines are aluminum with brass fittings, and the tan gaskets beneath the breathers are NOS.