1975 - 1980 Mg B Mgb Gt Exhaust Intake Manifold Cam1314 British Leyland on 2040-parts.com
Detroit, Michigan, United States
Condition:New other (see details)
Surface Finish:black cast iron
Manufacturer Part Number:CAM1314
Other Part Number:373-840 Moss
Country/Region of Manufacture:United Kingdom
Picture is not the actual item Only representative of the type The item being sold in this listing is brand new still in the BL Box with oil paper wrapping MGB Exhaust manifold late model 75 to 1980 This is the improved version with the extra reinforcement metal at the curve where the original first version would always crack ask if you require alternate or faster shipping
$150 start or $200 Buy It Now
part of a purchase of old dealer stock that included factory parts books factory tools, owners manual package from new car training and sales slides and cassettes, microfiche MG, AH, Jaguar and Triumph
from 1960-1980 in Detroit
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