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can anybody tell me anything about this manifold??
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Looks like a Pontiac V8 manifold for the old 4GC Rochester 4-barrel carb(pre-Quadrajet era).
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X2 what Eric said it looks like a pontiac V8 engine manifold.JMO


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What does it have written on it in the first pic? Can't make it out.


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c238, i think! lol
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Old 06-24-2010, 08:03 PM
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can anybody tell me anything about this manifold??
It was used in '66 on the 326, 389 or 421.

It used the Carter carb.

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What does it have written on it in the first pic? Can't make it out.
"FIRING ORDER
18436572"

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If I read the first four digits of the casting number (9782xxx) correctly, it is a '66 manifold, and the casting date appears to be C23? (should be a 6) It will be just like any other '66 four barrel manifold.
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Date looks kinda like "C235" to me, would make it '65, or that's one messed up "6". Possible to have been used on a '65 or '66? Thing is I don't show that exact number, the info I have calls for a 4 as the final digit.

Anyway, I believe Creech is correct on the '66 part.


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Pontiaction has the intake listed as:

9782896
1966
326
285 HP
Carter
1x4

9782896
1966
389
325, 333, 335 HP
Carter
1x4

9782896
1966
421
338, 350 HP
Carter
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"FIRING ORDER
18436572"
Thanks Cobalt i put my glasses on and had another look and then i could see.


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66 bonneville

i got a 66 bonneville. it has a 389 auto, and it has a 4 barrel carb with a crazy looking intake, i was told that the 4 barrel and intake is not stock, that it was stock with a two barrel?? it is a two door. it has 5 lugg wheels. no a/c. it is solid and does run. can anyone give me some history on this car ******************???
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Thats a clean looking car. That is definitely not a stock intake; maybe and offenhauser. The car could've been an original 4 bbl but some pontiacs had a triple 2 bbl setup, but they're difficult to tune so it may have been converted to 4 bbl. Like i said: SOME had the triple 2 bbl, but i don't know if this specific car had it, but it might have.
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i got a 66 bonneville. it has a 389 auto, and it has a 4 barrel carb with a crazy looking intake, i was told that the 4 barrel and intake is not stock, that it was stock with a two barrel?? it is a two door. it has 5 lugg wheels. no a/c. it is solid and does run. can anyone give me some history on this car ************???
I can't make out the number well enough to tell exactly what the casting number is, but if the c/n of the intake is 9782896, it's stock for 1966, and original to the engine, most likely. But believe it or not- it IS an OEM intake.

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how much???? . http://www.hotrodders.com/forum/manifold-180034.html . http://www.hotrodders.com/forum/sear...archid=3621119 .


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The answers to all the questions have already been given in the threads Cole linked- including THIS thread...

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