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Ford 429 460 Lh Driver Lincoln Thunderbird Maruader Exhaust Manifold C9ve-9431-a on 2040-parts.com

US $175.00
Location:

Rock Hill, South Carolina, United States

Rock Hill, South Carolina, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Ford FoMoCo Mercury Placement on Vehicle:Left Manufacturer Part Number:C9VE-9431-A

This auction is for a nice looking original 1969-73 Ford 429 460 LH Driver  Lincoln Thundebird Maruader Exhaust Manifold part # C9VE-9431-A .It is in very good condition,with no cracks,good studs, and good sealing surfaces. This is the larger collector manifold used in 1969-73 Lincoln Thunderbird Maruader Galaxie 500 Thunderjet Torino Ranchero and others.

Bentley Continental GT3-R with 572 bhp V8 revealed

Tue, 17 Jun 2014 00:00:00 -0700

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A profile of Steve McQueen: Autoweek archives

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