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They repo these, and the quality is really good from what I hear. The price probably not so good...Or you can go the cheaper route by using a set of 1969 351 W Exhaust manifolds...
 

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They repo these, and the quality is really good from what I hear. The price probably not so good...Or you can go the cheaper route by using a set of 1969 351 W Exhaust manifolds...
Scott, Thanks for the advise. I have headers on the car now and I want to quited it down a bit. Could be age because I also want A/C. LOL!
 

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I used HiPo manifolds on our '66 project, and like Scott says: they are good, but pricey.

351W manifolds are much more budget-friendly. I'd go with new ones vs. used, because I hate farting around with crusty exhaust manifolds.
 

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I used HiPo manifolds on our '66 project, and like Scott says: they are good, but pricey.

351W manifolds are much more budget-friendly. I'd go with new ones vs. used, because I hate farting around with crusty exhaust manifolds.
They aren't crusty in all parts of the USA. LOL

I have installed the 351W exhaust manifolds on my 1968 XR7. I call them my "Poor mans" HiPo manifolds.
 
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