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1963 Ford Falcon 260 V-8 Exhaust Manifolds on 2040-parts.com

US $200.00
Location:

Annandale, Virginia, United States

Annandale, Virginia, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Ford Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:C3OE-8431-A and C3OE-8430-B

Matched pair of used 1963 Ford 260/289 exhaust manifolds from 1963 Falcon 260 V8.  Part numbers C3OE-8431-A and C3OE-8430-B.  Date Codes 3A29 and 3A23.  Choke tube intact.  No cracks or repairs.  Right manifold has the special Falcon crossover arrangement.  Lightly sand blasted to remove surface rust.

I have the original 260 heads also.  After i check them out I will list them.

Sold "As Is".

Buyer pays for shipping.

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