1975-1981 Trans Am Formula Firebird Fresh Air Intake Duct In Fender By Battery on 2040-parts.com
York, South Carolina, United States
Factory fresh air intake duct in fender behind battery for a 1975-1981 Trans Am, Formula, or Firebird with a factory Pontiac 350, 400, or 455 engine. This part was also used on the Oldsmobile 403 engine. Part #489916. It mounts to the inner fender and goes behind the battery. It picks up fresh air from under the radiator core support and brings it up to the top edge of the battery. It is then hooked to another plastic part that changes from triangular to round. From there it hooks to a hose that mounts to the air cleaner. This duct is in good condition with normal wear but no damage. Great for a driver or for restoration. Check out the pictures and use close-up function for more details on the condition. Local pick-up is always an option. Please ask all questions before bidding. Buyer to prepay and add shipping listed. Payment can be made by Paypal or by mail, I will be glad combine multiple auction wins to save you money on shipping charges. I always try to keep my shipping charges as close to cost as possible with no handling charges ever. Thanks for looking and I hope you have a great day.
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