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Police Interceptor exhaust manifolds {429-460 engine}


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429=460 Police Interceptor High flow manifolds. No cracks or repairs. Perfect for Mustangs, Galaxie, Cougar and everything else with a tight fit. Has the steering gear notch for Mustangs. As far as I can tell they are basically the same as the D1ZE-9431-CA2 71 Mustang 429 CJ 4V manifolds with slightly smaller ports{1.5x2.25}

 

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$500 + shipping for set with High Temp 2000d Coating

$350 + shipping for set raw without sandblast/coating

 

I'm just selling one set.

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Gosh I did not pay that much for the entire PI 429 with the cast iron tail shaft C-6  and the header pipes, lol. You need to get you a molasses tank. You just drop them in and let sit a couple weeks then hose them off. Sometimes the molasses even black oxides them. I did a set of the 429 and also a set off a pontiac firebird and came out like new.

So I have a set if he does not, lol. Going to take the 429 block and heads and have then hot tanked and shot peened and sell it also. Std. bore complete PI. 429.

David

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When a man is in the woods and talks and no women are there is he still wrong??:P

David

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Are these still availible?   

 

 

 

DoCarolina_Mountain_MustangsGosh I did not pay that much for the entire PI 429 with the cast iron tail shaft C-6  and the header pipes, lol. You need to get you a molasses tank. You just drop them in and let sit a couple weeks then hose them off. Sometimes the molasses even black oxides them. I did a set of the 429 and also a set off a pontiac firebird and came out like new.

So I have a set if he does not, lol. Going to take the 429 block and heads and have then hot tanked and shot peened and sell it also. Std. bore complete PI. 429.

David

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