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1956-60 Plymouth, 1959, 1960 Dodge Right Exhaust Manifold. 277, 303, 318, 326 on 2040-parts.com

US $125.00
Location:

Glendale, Arizona, United States

Glendale, Arizona, United States
Very good condition. No cracks or broken tabs. Butterfly is stuck.
Brand:MoPar Placement on Vehicle:Right Manufacturer Part Number:1634724

Here is a RIGHT SIDE exhaust manifold for Dodge and Plymouth 277, 303, 318, and 326 engines.
MoPar part number: 1634724 (1634722).

Should be correct for:
1956-60 Plymouth 8 cyl. 
1959 Dodge 326.
1960 Dodge 318. 

Good condition. No cracks or damage. Butterfly is stuck.

Located in downtown Phoenix. Call or email for more information. No texts please, this is a landline.

Copperstate Classic Cars
1026 N. 21st ave
Phoenix, AZ 85009
602-229-5000

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