1971 1972 1973 Mustang Cougar 351c Exhaust Heat Riser Shield on 2040-parts.com
Lebanon, Tennessee, United States
Up for bid is a heat shield, hot air riser removed from the passenger side exhaust manifold on a 1973 Mustang with a 351 Cleveland. As shown in the pictures, it is rusted through at the back where the metal is thin, but is solid up front on the pipe and inner cover. Could be repaired if you really needed one of these hard to find items. Include $12.95 S/H
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