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Trying to verify what year, make model and engine
spark plug wire clip ....had two on a 68 Satellite and my 68 coronet wagon has some too i think big and small block are same ...but i have seen them more often on SB
Those are spark plug wire loom holders used on 273 Commando engines, pretty hard to find!
Someone told me 273 and Hemi engines but not sure what years. My brother and I manufacture parts so we had them made which I should have by the end of the week. I have 10,000 coming. But I am trying to narrow what specific years and engine range it covers?
65-67 A-body 273 Commando cars had them...I'll see if the Hemi's did too, very possible
I couldn't find anything where they were on 426 Hemi's, maybe I didn't look hard enough. Hemi's had the white round clips that held them tight to the cover, these white clips were also used on the 273 engines. I would be interested in a pair when you get them done, should be able to sell some to others as well. :glasses7:
They are sure cool looking. I have owned a lot of Mopars and have never seen them. Most likely they broke and were tossed in the trash many years before I got the cars.
I think I have a couple more than just in this drawer. I've picked them up over the years at the junk yard. I'm sure these particular holders did not come from 273 4bbl cars. :-k
Very possible other years had them too, they are always missing lol
...................myu 68 sb cars had them....................kim...........
273 and 318 cars? Would a 340 have them with the different wire routing?
I think my 340 had them when I got the car in 1983, but I can't say for certain...
I remember years ago they came with a set of plug wires for SBC motors. I used just the 3 letters so as not to the whole piss any Mopar people off. lol
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What I have come up with is 65-67 Cars with 273 and 318 engines based on the parts book. Anyone else would like to chime in with some other documention or information I welcome that! Thanks everyone they will be on the market soon!
they are useful for any car- even if not factory correct- they are great at separating the plug wires.....
http://www.moparaction.com/Article/PoP/PoP.html contact the guy in the article, he probably has access to the information or knows someone who would