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Karguy

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Re: Looking for a early 66 intake manifold
« Reply #15 on: October 09, 2019, 08:43:49 AM »
Unfortunately, Jerome’s manifold was a late 66 variant. Thanks again Jerome for the effort, you never know.
 Still in need of an early 66 intake manifold, square base on the cobra and part number and firing order on the back of the manifold. THANKS

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Re: Looking for a early 66 intake manifold
« Reply #16 on: October 09, 2019, 12:45:15 PM »
Unfortunately, Jerome’s manifold was a late 66 variant. Thanks again Jerome for the effort, you never know.
 Still in need of an early 66 intake manifold, square base on the cobra and part number and firing order on the back of the manifold. THANKS

Picture of Jerome’s manifold attached.

  It's actually a late '67 -68 not a '66 despite the S2MS number it was made AFTER the S7MS version. The two bolt holes for the smog valve on #8 runner are a major clue.
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