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1963-82 Corvette Big Block Hooker Headers #2225 on 2040-parts.com

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Fulton, New York, United States

Fulton, New York, United States
Never run. Minor dirt, rust, and scrapes.
Brand:HOOKER HEADERS Manufacturer Part Number:2225

Here is a pair of Hooker Headers part number 2225 that fit 1963-82 Chevy Corvette with a big block. They have 2 1/8" primary tubes, 30" long, and 3 1/2" three bolt collectors that are 10"long.The flanges are stamped L2225 04 99 and R2225 04 99. These have been wall hangers for a long time. It looks like one was bolted on an engine but they have never been run. Over $600 new. There are some scrapes and light rust. Sold as is.

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