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Read Carefully!! 1970 Boss 302 Heads on 2040-parts.com

US $700.00
Location:

Roaring River, North Carolina, United States

Roaring River, North Carolina, United States
Condition:Used

 Hello I have a great deal for someone! I have a pair of D0ZE 6090B Boss 302 heads, only I can be used right now. The other has been revved a bit past 8K once too many times and broke an intake valve sideways into the intake runner and knocking a hole in it thru the water jacket, My guys tried to braze it up but to no avail she started spewing at 40 lbs. It did pass the magnaflux test however.

I will sell these rare heads for 700.00 for the pair. The good head will be complete, the bad head bare. `So call or text, or email with questions, I'm sure you will have some, also look at my auction for an excellent set of boss 302 heads , Boss 302 factory intake, 289/271 HP factory dual point distributor. Thanks Chris 336-452-2185

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