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Exhaust manifolds WIW #3053303
06/25/22 03:57 PM
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Have these manifolds laying around my shop.
Does any one know what they are for and what they are worth?
Part numbers 2532464 & 2463107-2 or 8107-2
Thanks
Ed

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Re: Exhaust manifolds WIW [Re: Dartforforty] #3053318
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THIS IS A 1966-1969 383 440 RIGHT EXHAUST MANIFOLD 2532464


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Re: Exhaust manifolds WIW [Re: Dartforforty] #3053319
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2463107 Mopar Dodge Plymouth Chrysler 383 440 OEM Exhaust Manifold Driver side.


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Re: Exhaust manifolds WIW [Re: oldjonny] #3053345
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Non HP log/passenger car type.

Re: Exhaust manifolds WIW [Re: 71GTX471] #3053366
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They work good for holding down pop-up canopy's, and if the wind is blowing hard use cast iron 440 intakes. I have had a few sets of those for twenty years now, will be throwing them out soon finally... twocents


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Thanks for the replies
Scrap they are

Re: Exhaust manifolds WIW [Re: Dartforforty] #3053444
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I just put a set of them on my 67 Coronet. I traded the used headers off the car for them locally.

SO value wise they maybe $100, problem is finding someone who wants / needs them

Re: Exhaust manifolds WIW [Re: gtx6970] #3053458
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Originally Posted by gtx6970
I just put a set of them on my 67 Coronet. I traded the used headers off the car for them locally.

SO value wise they maybe $100, problem is finding someone who wants / needs them


As is usually the case, doesn't matter how long you've had them, no one will want them until after they hit the scrapper........ mad rolleyes


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Re: Exhaust manifolds WIW [Re: Satilite73] #3053486
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Originally Posted by Satilite73
Originally Posted by gtx6970
I just put a set of them on my 67 Coronet. I traded the used headers off the car for them locally.

SO value wise they maybe $100, problem is finding someone who wants / needs them


As is usually the case, doesn't matter how long you've had them, no one will want them until after they hit the scrapper........ mad rolleyes


Correct. I have a bunch hanging on the wall that all need to get tossed. Trying to sell them is a waste of time anymore. Used to be folks actually wanted the big block truck manifolds...not anymore.


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Re: Exhaust manifolds WIW [Re: oldjonny] #3053606
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I drug a set of those around for 2 years trying to practically give them away at the swap meets. Zero interest so I finally tossed them in the dumpster.

Re: Exhaust manifolds WIW [Re: Droop69] #3053623
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Clean them up. Spray with manifold grey. Pop on eBay with application in header with words like ‘Charger’ ‘fury’ ‘440’ etc and put a price of $125 plus shipping and they will probably sell in a month. I sold two like that and see others selling too. $100 bucks is better than no bucks and somebody that just needs some as an runner would be happy to have em’.







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