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Exhaust Manifolds (General Motors)

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condition: like new
make / manufacturer: General Motors Division
model name / number: Exhaust Manifolds
If you want to "Fit In", you got to act like the Pack! These are Original Equipment G.M. Cast Iron Exhaust Manifolds. These are not "Hecho in Mexico"! Made in the United States to much Higher Standards! It is not "Socket Science" why you want "Original Equipment" on your Vehicle! They are also "Cast Iron" to keep the front end of your Car on the ground with all that extra weight. Cast Iron's Coefficient rate of Expansion is the same as your "Cast Iron" block. Therefore it will not be "Scrubbing your Exhaust Gaskets! Better come get em! No, they ain't made anymore and the "Cheap Copies" Crack when cold water contacts them. If you are truthfully interested then give me a call. Your fair cash offer awaits. Feel free to call me at show contact info

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