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1971-73 Mopar E B Body Hp Exhaust Manifold Pair Dodge Plymouth 340 Cuda Charger on

US $394.99

Statham, Georgia, United States

Statham, Georgia, United States
Condition:Used Brand:mopar Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right Manufacturer Part Number:3418621 3418623

 OEM / original 1971 1972 1973 MoPar E or B Body EXHAUST MANIFOLD PAIR pn or casting number 3418621 3418623.  I believe these are correct for Dodge Challenger Charger Plymouth Barracuda cuda Road Runner etc. with 340 engine.  The left is date coded 2-22-71 and the right is date coded 5-1-73 (this date code is behind the manifold and is not visible when mounted).  The condition is very good...minor surface rust.  The heat riser appears to be functional.

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