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  1. Hey guys once again I am calling on the more experienced minds to tell me how to run a dual exhaust system in a 1955 Buick special with the 322 nailhead. I see the original setup has a crossover tube that follows down to a Y connector. What's the best way to accomplish true dual?
  2. Hi Does anyone have,or know where I may obtain a bending diagram for an exhaust system for my 1947 Buick Special Series 40 Secanette? Thanks. Pete
  3. Hello, I have a 1930 Ford Model A Murray body Fordor sedan. I am having issues with the exhaust not staying attached to the manifold. Does anyone know of an alternative clamp that will work? The flaring on the pipe is small and inefficient. I can't find a alternative clamp. With the searching I have found, Aries Limited has a muffler system with the appropriate size flaring. I have the small aftermarket flange on my exhaust and the flange is too small and the clamp does not clamp on it well. The pipe slips out no matter how tight I get the clamp. Any help will be greatly appreciated. I am trying to keep the cost down without having to spend $200 on a new system. I have attached a picture to show the differences in the flanges from Aries Limited site.
  4. One of thing things that I loved about my recently acquired 88-A is the deep throaty rumble of the exhaust. After a recent overall check -up by my local shop (antique auto enthusiasts BTW), I was told that the exhaust system is in a bad way and needs replacing. Which might be why I have that nice rumble. Rather than purchasing a new system from one of the restoration companies, they have offered to build a new one from scratch. I have a couple of questions about this and would appreciate people's opinions. Is the exhaust system something that is checked at car show, would I be penalized for a non "original" or "restoration" system? (I will make sure that the visible part of the system, i.e. the tailpipe at the back bumper, remains the same.) I do like the current deep rumble, and while I would not want a "hot-rod" type loud exhaust I am wondering how to keep what I have. I suspect a repaired muffler might quiet things down quite a bit. Apologies to the community for peppering you with all these questions, I do appreciate all the answers and especially all the discussion around options when available. TIA Stefan P.S. Regarding the first question above, I originally purchased this car to be a weekend driver, just to have fun driving around. However, it is in pretty good condition and I think I have been bitten by the "show bug". So now all decisions about repairs and changes are driven by, what would the impact be on judging .
  5. Looking for exhaust parts for my 63 Riv. I have NOS head pipes but need everything else......options....all or pieces!!!
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    1937 Plymouth exhaust system

    Hi Antique folks, I need a complete exhaust system for my 1937 Plymouth. Does anyone know where you can still buy them? If not available anyplace, is there a drawing someplace that could be used to fabricate a system? How about a system from a newer vehicle that might be close, and could be modified? Appreciate any help. Thanks. Willard Crawford
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