[FOR SALE] Misc '67 - '73 LA exhaust manifolds

Mopar Mechanical Parts For Sale

  1. newmexguy

    newmexguy Well-Known Member

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    Five (5) LA engine exhaust manifolds. Imagine these are all from basic 273/318 engines. Good southern NM condition.
    One (1) center dump #2843953 date is 2 - 9 - 73 $50 Extra heat riser flapper unit included.

    Four (4) rear dump, one (1) is # 3512077 date code "57" - fifth day of 1967?
    three (3) are #2465719 , codes 1137, 2227 & 8121 (obscured) $50 each.

    Pair of "flange" collars - to attach Y pipe or "front" exhaust pipes. $10 pair. Buy a pair, get the collars included. Only have two.

    Shipping is additional. From Zip Code 88032. USPS.

    Package deal $150 for all Five. Dave S dona Ana NM 88032

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      Your LH 2465719's are for '64-9 B & C bodies with a 273 or 318LA engine. The 3512077 is for '70-4 B,C, and E-bodies with a 318. The early and late should interchange. The main difference is appearance and extra reinforcement ribs for the extra heat caused by the later heat stoves and higher engine temps. Your RH 2843953 will fit just about all Mopar models from '64-73 with a 273 or 318, but, appearancewise, it's visually correct (round heat riser weight) for the '68 and newer models.....actually, I think '68 and '69 were slightly different than the '70-3 version. I can't see your weight very well in the photo to tell which one it is, but, judging by the '73 date code, probably the '70-3 type.
       
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        newmexguy Well-Known Member

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        Thank you. These DID originate from a Mopar restorer, who also did / does custom exhaust. And he is a B and E guy. These were his "castoffs" I acquired in a garage cleanout. Appreciate the positive ID. Dave S dona Ana NM 88032
         
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