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1961 pontiac catalina 389 project

hey guys.. new to the board here! i'm a fairly new to hotrodding ( the last 4 years now ) and recently bought my first hotrod project. ( a 1961 pontiac catalina ) i've got it up and running but i'd like to upgrade the stock heads and switch from single to dual exaust.. BUT having problems finding the correct parts can any body out there recommend a website or company?
Joe
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hey guys.. new to the board here! i'm a fairly new to hotrodding ( the last 4 years now ) and recently bought my first hotrod project. ( a 1961 pontiac catalina ) i've got it up and running but i'd like to upgrade the stock heads and switch from single to dual exaust.. BUT having problems finding the correct parts can any body out there recommend a website or company?
Joe
I'll be posting pictures of the car soon for those interested.
The best Pontiac specific forum in my opinion is http://forums.performanceyears.com/forums/

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