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1966-1967 Chevrolet Impala 396 427 Pass Side Exhaust Manifold W K19 Smog Rare on 2040-parts.com

US $120.00
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Merced, California, United States

Merced, California, United States
Excellent used original GM 66-67 Impala 396 427 passenger side exhaust manifold with K19 smog holes ultra rare 3884504 casting L 8 5 date code no issues.
Brand:GM Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:3884504 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Placement on Vehicle:Right

One ultra rare nice used original GM 1966-1967 Chevrolet Impala Bel Air Caprice 396 427 passenger side exhaust manifold.The manifold is an ultra rare California only K19 smog equipped model with the AIR injection holes.The manifold is in very nice condition with no issues no cracks repairs or damage the threaded holes are are in nice condition.The casting number is a 3884504 with a L 8 5 date code.Don`t miss out on this impossible to find treasure for that Impala restoration!!

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