SOLD Mopar C body High Po Manifolds, (3 Pairs.) $300 Pair.

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Helping my stepdad thin out his parts and helping him sell 6 Mopar C body hi po manifolds for “B” engine big blocks. Asking $300.00 for one pair, NOT all 6. PRICE IS FIRM. Will NOT ship, BUT will deliver to Carlisle this year in July. If interested, want more pictures, or have any questions just send me a PM here. Located in Berlin, CT.


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Are they all the same pairs? B or RB manifolds? Thanks.

They are the same pairs yes. Sorry I should of specified, they are B manifolds. Just FYI, I’m sorry but I will NOT ship these…. BUT they can be delivered to Carlisle in July if you’re interested.
 
Looks like RB is 440, so these wont fit 68-300?
I don't believe there is a difference from 383 to 440 until the 70-71 style HP manifolds. It's just the length of the exhaust outlet that's different, I imagine to clear the column ragjoint on the new iso-quiet equipped stub frames. In 70 verts and wagons were still solid mounted stubs with no ragjoint on the column. Passenger cars (Dodge/Chrysler) however had isolated stubs and got a rubber ragjoint thing on the column. Thus they needed to make 2 different length manifolds to avoid the exhaust outlet interfering with the column ragjoint.

2863409 = 383/440 HP 68-69

2951216 = 383 HP 70/71
3418351 = 440 HP 70/71
 
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