Exhaust manifold search 71

Discussion in 'Original Drivetrain Topic' started by donaz, May 13, 2008.

  1. donaz

    donaz Veteran Member

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    haven't had any luck so far in locating a pair of manifolds for my 71 Z.
    Need part numbers 330 right side and 041 left. Any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. finally71z28

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    I feel your pain! I've been looking for correct exhaust manifolds for my 71Z for a while. I have 3942527 LH, and 3946826 RH, which are for a 70Z. Is it possible they were factory installed as leftovers from 1970? I have an A-7-1 build date. Maybe some 70Z guy out there might have 71Z manifolds and both of us could be happy!
     
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    finally71z28, Clean out your mail box.............OR send me a Email the below address.....................
     
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    finally, would you be interested in a 041 manifold for your 527. plus 200.00
    thanks ed. ps your mail box is full
     
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    I've got a pair of 330 and 041 exhaust manifolds. You can call me at (650) 387-3223 if your interested.
     
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    The 041's are very common, as they came on several types of cars including Impala's. The 330 is the hard one to find since it is a Z28 item only. From what I have been told the 330 was prone to cracking, making them even harder to find. I got a set for my 72Z in 1995 for $300, the the guy I got them from says to this day that he hasn't had another good set.
     

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