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Ford 170 Exhaust Manifold Early Style, Flat Gasket 1961 1962 1963 6 Cylinder on


Stuarts Draft, Virginia, United States

Stuarts Draft, Virginia, United States

This is an original exhaust manifold off of an early 60's Falcon. It is the FLAT GASKET flange......make sure this is what you need. Later models ( like my 1964 ) used a donut style flange. This will fit the engine, but you'd have to deal with the downfall pipe mating up. I don't see any cracks at the mounting ears......which was the most common failure on these. Low starting bid, and NO RESERVE !

Daimler-Renault alliance to delay new Smart and Twingo models, report says

Wed, 15 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Renault SA and Daimler AG, who are sharing technology to build the new Smart ForTwo and Renault Twingo cars, will delay the introduction of the models by a year, according to a French newspaper. The cars will now come to market in 2014 instead of 2013, La Tribune said, citing industry sources. The next ForTwo and the third-generation Twingo will be built on Renault's A platform, with ForTwo production continuing at Smart's plant in Hambach, France, and Twingo output at Renault's Novo Mesto factory in Slovenia.

Pontiac G8 GXP

Thu, 20 Mar 2008 00:00:00 -0700

By Liz Turner Motor Shows 20 March 2008 10:57 The Pontiac G8 GXP, along with the Sport Truck and Solstice Coupe signaled a brighter future for the company when the production models roar off the forecourts from the Fall. GM car tzar Bob Lutz did a good job of apologising for recent dull-as-dishwater Pontiacs. ‘Pontiac lost its tradition of style and performance.

2011 VW Sharan: Price and model detail

Thu, 21 Oct 2010 00:00:00 -0700

The VW Sharan 2011 - we have price and model details It was back at the Geneva Motor Show that we brought you news of the 201o VW Sharan, a complete reworking of the Sharan, this time on a VW platform instead of a shared Ford Galaxy one. We said at the time that we’d bring you more detail when VW sorted out price and model detail, but we didn’t expect it to take nearly eight months. Which is why we decided the headline on this story should reference the 2011 VW Sharan instead of the 2010 VW Sharan.