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1961 Ford Galaxie & T Bird Original Fe Exhaust Manifolds For 352,390, Pair on 2040-parts.com

US $229.99
Location:

Grand Rapids, Minnesota, United States

Grand Rapids, Minnesota, United States
Excellent vintage condition ! There is one Exhaust Manifold Stud missing; it is not broken off...just missing.
Brand:FOMOCO Original Placement on Vehicle:Front Manufacturer Part Number:C1AE9431-B and C1AE9430-D Surface Finish:Cast Iron Other Part Number:1M22 and 2A8 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

Up for your consideration is a pair of original 1961 Ford GALAXIE & THUNDERBIRD FE EXHAUST MANIFOLDS ! These FOMOCO Exhaust Manifolds are for 352 and 390, 2 and 4-BRL Galaxies from 1961, 1962, 1963 and 1964 & THUNDERBIRD 1961, 1962 according to my Hollander interchange book. They will also work for Mercurys from the same years. DATE CODES are: 2A8 and 1M22. These rare Exhaust  Manifolds were made in the USA, are sparkling clean and are ready for installation. Note: There is one Exhaust Manifold Stud missing...is not broken off, just missing. We accept Paypal. We package carefully and ship quickly; USPS Tracking is part of our mailing process. Also, we will send you positive Feedback immediately on receiving yours. Please contact us if there is a problem with your purchase...before leaving negative Feedback. We will always work with you to solve any issue.  Thank you for your interest !

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