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Quasar Z 04-25-2013 04:59 PM

1970-72 Big Block Camaro exhaust
 
I have a complete exhaust from the headers to the tailpipes that has been custom made for a 1970-72 big block Camaro. Starting at the front, the headers are Hooker Competition series part number L2455. Theses headers have 2" primarys with a 3 1/2" collectors. The headers will fit the following:

1970-72 Camaro
1964-74 Chevelle, El Camino
1970-74 Monte Carlo
1971-74 Full Size

They are in very good condition with a fresh coat of ceramic paint on them and no rust whatsoever. The rest of the exhaust consists of 3" tubing with a custom made x-pipe. The mufflers have been flanged to allow for removal of the exhaust in order to remove the transmission, without having to remove the tailpipes. This is a high-end piece that was built specifically for a big block 1970-72 Camaro. The mufflers are Flowmaster 2-chamber Delta Flow's (part number 943043) and the tailpipes are also 3" with chrome tips that were welded in place.

The only thing this will need is to have the tailpipes welded to the mufflers when you install it on your car...it is a complete system with a lot of time and money invested for a great fit and ultimate flow for a big block. I had this on a ZZ502 motor in a 1970 Camaro and it sounded great and provided plenty of flow. Selling the complete system for $550. Would prefer not to ship this due to the size but will be flexible if the buyer is willing to pay for shipping and packaging. Please PM me if interested. Thanks.
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Quasar Z 04-29-2013 10:44 AM

Any input on this? Am I priced too high? I realize that I am going to have to find the right person for this since it is a very specific application, just wanting to know what you guys think of the price. Thanks.

Quasar Z 05-05-2013 11:04 AM

SOLD!


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