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Old 07-09-2018, 05:19 PM
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Default I need help identifying what appears to be a P1800 intake

I got this in a collection of 1966 and 1969 P1800 parts and a member here is looking for the correct intake for his 1966 P1800. The 66 I bought has an aluminum intake with 2 carbs but it is divorced from the CI exhaust manifold. This intake is a one piece cast iron assembly much like 1950-1960's 6 cyl. cars in the US. I don't see any casting or part numbers so I'm asking for help.

Did 1966 P1800 have a married intake and exhaust or were they separate pieces? I also got this separate aluminum intake. Thanks for any assistance.

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