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Flathead Ford V8 Exhaust Gaskets 1949 1953 Hot Rod Sale on 2040-parts.com

US $18.99
Location:

Julesburg, Colorado, US

Julesburg, Colorado, US
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YOU ARE BIDDING ON  A SET OF NEW EXHAUST MANIFOLD GASKETS FOR ALL FORD AND MERCURY FLATHEAD V8'S FROM 1932 THROUGH 1953. THESE ARE NEW HEAVY DUTY FELPRO GASKETS. THERE ARE 9 GASKETS INCLUDED, SIX FOR THE MANIFOLD TO HEAD, TWO FOR THE CROSSOVER PIPES AND ONE FOR THE LEAD PIPE. EMAIL WITH ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS, THERE IS NO RESERVE SO GOOD LUCK AND HAPPY BIDDING!

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