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I'm looking for a lead on a Flathead 226 H Exhaust manifold the intake could come along if necessary

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They are getting HTF! I hate to tell what I sold the last one for. I think I still have one more, I'll look
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Dick,

Maybe a set of zoomies on the old 6....wooohoooo!!!!!!

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Dick. Ive got one here with your name on it.

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