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1960 1961 1962 352 390 Nos Exhaust Manifold C0ae-9431-a Galaxie Xl 1958 1959 on 2040-parts.com

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Burbank, Illinois, United States

Burbank, Illinois, United States
Condition:New

ABSOLUTELY BRAND NEW NEVER INSTALLED STILL IN THE ORIGINAL FORD FO-MO-CO  BOX IS THIS COAE-9431-A 1960 1961 1962 FORD 352 V8 AND 390 V8 DRIVERS SIDE EXHAUST MANIFOLD. IT IS ABSOLUTELY BRAND NEW PERFECT. MIGHT ALSO BE CORRECT FOR THE 1958 AND 1959 FORD 332 V8 AND THE 352 V8. VERY RARE TO FIND ONE OF THESE NOS. YOU MAY NEVER SEE ANOTHER ONE ON E-BAY EVER. SELLING A 40 YEAR COLLECTION OF NOS 1961 AND 1962 FORD PARTS. I WILL LIST ANY ITEM I HAVE ON E-BAY FOR YOU. INQUIRE AT  >>    SEVEN O EIGHT   634   2828. WILL SHIP ANYWHERE IN THE U.S. FOR $25.00. WILL SHIP INTERNATIONAL BUT SHIPPING IS HIGHER. 

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