Find or Sell any Parts for Your Vehicle in USA

3797902 3797901 Manifolds Corvette 327 Injection Fuel on

US $550.00

Spokane, Washington, United States

Spokane, Washington, United States

No cracks, no repairs, minimal pitting anywhere. These were removed from a 1962 fuel injected motor in 1965 . I blasted them 2 years ago and one has flash rust on parts of it. The threaded holes are all excellent. The through holes are all excellent. The original studs, 3 brass nuts and 2 lock washers all believed to be oem as is the thin exhaust flange seen in the photo. The generator bracket is from these and appears to be correct and is for the left manifold(901). 902 is missing the fasteners.but the choke tube is in the 902 manifold. All parts in these photos are included and very good.

First Ferrari F12 in U.S. goes for $1.125 million

Mon, 19 Nov 2012 00:00:00 -0800

The first Ferrari F12 Berlinetta in the United States was sold on Saturday at the Formula 1 U.S. Grand Prix in Austin, Texas for $1.125 million. The auction benefited Hurricane Sandy victims.

Great British cars immortalised on Royal Mail stamps

Tue, 13 Aug 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Throughout the 20th century a series of great British cars have put their stamp on the world, now the Royal Mail has put some of these iconic motors on stamps. The Auto Legends stamp collection celebrates the six thoroughbred British cars that led the world with their artistry and engineering. Alongside them are four workhorses that may have been less celebrated but have still done more than their fair share to further the British car industry’s cause over the years.

Jaguar F-Type DOES mean next Jaguar XK heading upmarket

Fri, 28 Dec 2012 00:00:00 -0800

Ian Callum has said that the new Jaguar F-Type will give Jaguar the opportunity to push the next generation Jaguar XK upmarket. Autocar has been chatting with Jaguar’s design guru, Ian Callum, who has said pretty much what we said in September, namely that the F-Type’s arrival will allow the next XK to be ‘More special than a GT’. Ian also speculates that the next XK could grow in size too to be a bit more than a 2+2, but it seems pretty clear that Jaguar will be looking to take the next XK firmly in to territory currently held by cars like the Aston Martin DB9 and Vanquish.