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1958 1963 1964 Ford Fe Mercury Oem Interceptor Exhaust Butterfly Heat Riser 390 on 2040-parts.com

US $99.99
Location:

Spencer, New York, United States

Spencer, New York, United States
being sold as is. NEEDS RESTORATION, COMES EXACTLY AS SHOWN IN THE PICTURES. FITS FE AND FT ENGINES. SEE DESCRIPTION FOR DETAILS, DO NOT RELY ON THE FITMENT GUIDE!
Brand:FOMOCO FORD LINCOLN MERCURY Interchange Part Number:332 352 360 361 390 410 427 428 FORD EDSEL

USED EXHAUST BUTTERFLY/HEAT RISER IN ROUGH SHAPE, THE PART IS VERY RUSTY AND WILL NEED TO BE COMPLETELY RESTORED TO BE USABLE AND PERFECT.

these will NOT fit ALL engines in the fitment guide, please know what you are buying as they are being sold as is. THIS IS FOR FE AND FT ENGINES. SHOULD FIT 332/352/360/361/390/406/427/428 ENGINES.

PLEASE NOTE: THESE WERE REMOVED FROM A 1958 FORD SKYLINER RETRACTABLE ( MORE PARTS FROM THIS VEHICLE IF YOU NEED, LET ME KNOW) WITH A 332/352 INTERCEPTOR FE ENGINE. BASE YOUR FITMENT DECISION ON THAT INFORMATION. THANKS!



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