Hot Rod Split Exhaust Manifold Dual Chevrolet 235 261 Edmunds Fenton Mcgurk on 2040-parts.com
Sidney, New York, United States
You are bidding on a split exhaust manifold for Chevrolet 235 and 261 cubic inch inline six cylinder engines. A stock 235 exhaust manifold has had a second outlet added to it rearward of the factory outlet, and a steel divider plate has been inserted between the two outlets, dividing the manifold into two separate chambers. One of the intake manifold alignment studs was broken off, and so it was drilled out, the threaded hole retapped, and a new stud installed. The heat riser valve moves freely. Happy bidding!
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