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Mercruiser Marine 454 Mpi Intake Manifold, Plenum And Throttle Valve Nice Look on 2040-parts.com

US $175.00
Location:

Jacksonville, Florida, United States

Jacksonville, Florida, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Mercruiser

For your consideration is a used intake manifold, plenum, throttle valve and fuel rail removed from an L29 Mercruiser 454 marine engine. The manifold is clean, with no rust in the water passage or thermostat area. Please look at the pictures and ask all questions prior to bidding/buying as there is no warranty or return offered. The buyer will pay actual shipping cost based on destination and level of service requested or the manifold will be available for local pick up at no additional cost. I may be reached by phone to discuss this or any of my items at 904 868 4913, but please serious inquiries only. Please take a moment to view my other offerings. Good Luck!

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