66-75 Nos Chevelle Camaro Impala Caprice Big Block Exhaust Manifold 353028 Right on 2040-parts.com
Garfield, New Jersey, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:353028
Other Part Number:357102
UPC:Does not apply
Featured here is an NOS big block exhaust manifold for the following vehicles:
66-75 Chevrolet, Chevelle, Camaro, 396, 402, 427, 454.
It is a right hand manifold.
GM casting # 353028
GM Part # 357102
Date code: H 15 74
Please check for your individual needs before purchasing as this fits various and specific applications of the above vehicles.
This is an NOS GM manifold that has been stored indoors for many years.
It is in excellent, clean NOS condition.
$20 UPS shipping/insurance in the continental USA. Alaska and Hawaii will incur added freight.
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