Mr. Gasket 5935 Exhaust Gaskets, Manifold, Stock Port, Mopar, Small Block, Pair on 2040-parts.com
Interchange Part Number:084041059357
Manufacturer Part Number:5935
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Exhaust Gaskets Manifold Stock Port Chrysler Dodge Plymouth Small Block Pair
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SB-Chrysler 318 (4 Bbl.), 340, 360.
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This unit came in my grandfather's.......I am cleaning out garage .
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