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01-29-2006 04:58 PM
elliott The second digit in a Ford part number is always a number. The first is for the decade, the second is for the specific year. C=60, the second digit may be a 5 making it a 1965 piece. The third is for the class of car A=(i think) full-size. The fourth is for the part category E=Engine(obvoiusly).
01-29-2006 11:47 AM
Tommy Flammia
Manifold Question

I purchased a 4v manifold at a local flea market to replace the 2v one on my 1967,390 engine. The 4v part no.CSAE9425C,is not lister in my refference material.can anyone bring me to light on this item?

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