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Straight 8 Exhaust Manifold Valve Body

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Looking for a exhaust manifold valve body for a 248 CI straight 8

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For what year? I have no idea how many years use the same one. I have a 1938 40 Series body donor car that has a later engine. I will have to do some research to see if it has a 1938 exhaust manifold or a later one. If what I have will work for you, I would be happy to make you a deal. If you would like a complete parts chassis and a rusty body, I would make you a deal on it all. Attached is a photo of the one on the parts car.

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Matthew

Sorry for the late response, do you still have the exhaust manifold valve body? Looks like I could also use the exhaust manifold as well.

Don

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I have a complete crack free exhaust/intake package for a 1949 Roadmaster.  No idea what all it fits.  Please send me a private message as needed.  Thank you.  

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The Roadmaster would be the larger series engine. I am sure someone out there might be interested, but he needs the smaller series exhaust manifold. 

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On 5/20/2018 at 7:34 PM, MCHinson said:

For what year? I have no idea how many years use the same one. I have a 1938 40 Series body donor car that has a later engine. I will have to do some research to see if it has a 1938 exhaust manifold or a later one. If what I have will work for you, I would be happy to make you a deal. If you would like a complete parts chassis and a rusty body, I would make you a deal on it all. Attached is a photo of the one on the parts car.

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Everybody should have a Buick Master Parts Book covering their car.  If you have one, you don't have to ask this question because all you have to do is turn the pages.  That isn't to say that some inventive mechanic in the past didn't figure out a way to trick the company, but if you go by the parts book you'll never go wrong.

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