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Belongs to a friend if Mine, hes thinking about selling
Mine I spent $300 with shipping in perfect unmodified condition on Marketplace this past year. However I have seen them listed around $400-500 but if you are spending that much buy a new intake and forgot nostalgia... personally anything more than $350 its not worth it.
When NHRA accepted them to race Stock 5 or 6 years ago = The Immediate shot up to $800 to $1000 for nice one. A year or two ago NHRA Disallowed them and they dropped to $400 to $500. I our extensive testing they made NO MORE power than the stock intake particularly if it had be "Enhanced and Chemically Cleaned" if you get the drift. In back to back runs within 20 Minutes on our Nationally competitive Demon at the same weight of car they we Indistinguishable. Of Course, you lose some weight of the front of the car which is useful.
price at $400 and give room to come down. Don't take less than$300 plus the ride.
These are great intake manifolds you will always hear that others are just as good or better. But they always have to have a benchmark and these are the real deal.
"Belongs to a friend of mine." Haha!! Yeah right. How long before it's in the for sale section?
I have 2. Idk. You should pay him 500
How much is a brand new intake manifold of equal or near performance cost? Hope that clears this age old question up...
I think that there is a niche market for era correct performance parts, that's his ideia. Besides the one mentioned all the others have had the plenum mod. People Collect many things, just saw a post where a member collects camshafts. this could be applealing to a collector.
Asking and getting are 2 separate columns..... Ask $400.00 and take $300.00. It's a cool day 2 item and if you find someone with the right zeal to recreate the image of that era they will pay more. But as the years move on those people are getting harder to come by. Neat piece none the less.... JW
FWIW,I have purchased 2 without the Chrysler number over the past 3 years, $300 - 325, for my 2 projects.
The small notch in the rear plenum is cast that way. Weather some didn't have it...that's it's own story..but I have 2 and both have the part # and the cast notch. One is early and one is late. iirr.
List it for sale and "sell" to probably 15 different people...
It does belong to a friend, his collection of vintage stuff is his retirement money. He asked me to research its value. He is 83 and can barely work his phone. So. He asked me to sell it for him. Not now, he still has to approve it.
I paid $250 for this one around 2 years ago.
Here it is during install on my 69 swinger 340
Ok good to know I wasnt "ignored", I thought maybe you were busy cleaning off your dresser?? Prevarication?? Whatever the hell that means, 5 syllables and it didn't make you any smarter...
The thread has been cleaned up a bit and closed for further discussion. Brooks, your question has been answered.