WTB Weiand 8016, Holley 300-36, or Edelbrock RPM

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    As the heading says, in good to excellent condition, no bad threads :)
     
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    Got a New 300-36 in the box $250 + $25 for the ride.
     
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    How long ago did you buy it, pictures?
     
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    It was for a project that says "build me" but I most likely never will. I can send you a couple of pictures of the intake. The money will just go for another BBC intake I have my eye on, that's the only reason I am selling it.
     
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    All I have is an Air gap RPM intake. $150 plus shipping I can leave the brass plugs in or remove them. Either way.
    I know not on your list.
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    Sure. That will be nice :)
     
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    Not bad. Think I'll wait for a bit and see what else turns up. Yea, If I'm going to chose yours then yes, I would get you to remove the plugs. Intake looks good :)
     
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    I am watching this with interest , I have a question , why are you looking for these particular intakes, some of your choices are from really old styles that are no longer produced . I kind of get that some resemble the old 70 LT1 intake , however, I would guess that the ones that are no longer produced , have been replaced because they made one's with improvements , yes?? I see that the Holley one is the harder to find and many said the Weiand was slightly better and there are many of them on Ebay for around 140 or less, the the RPM one is still in production?? however they have many with the name. So I am curious as to why ??
    Thanks
     
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    I'm looking for the older u.s. cast intakes v.s. what Holley / Weiand have been getting cast in China as in those 140 dollar ebay intakes that are sub-standard in my opinion. Others anywhere have said the same. Those older intakes still work well. I have my eye on a GM/Winters over-the-counter intake (gen-2 LT-1) that I might pull the plug on. I would like to keep this in the swap-meet format if we can :)
     
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    Here is the 300-36 had to 20180405_143756.jpg take it off my wall.
     

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