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01-09-2008 04:27 PM
henny496 Thanks very much for your replies
After looking around at some companies and the fact that my engine placement is not in the factory position, I bought a bunch of J bends , tubing and the alignment sleeves from Hooker
I will make them, so in a few months I will hopefully be able to post a pic of the outcome
01-07-2008 06:39 PM
Brian_B I am not real sure what you are looking for, but you might take a look at this thread:

The 55 chevy has home made fenderwell headers.
01-07-2008 06:25 PM
richard stewart 3rd Hi Tom,
You'll be able to get a kit made up
for your car, you'll need to call them,
but for what there going to cost, I would
make my own.
Good luck,
12-09-2007 02:33 PM
Fenderwell headers

I am building an old vette with a BBC in it for street/strip. I have modified the chassis quite a bit so I don't have room to go under the floor pans
I bought a Hooker kit and tried to go over the frame and out the sides, but it is getting messy
Is there a kit for fenderwell headers for a BBC? I cannot use the standard Hooker side exhaust either since my engine is centered in the car and on a lower angle( I tried)
I don't have the factory brkts for the motor mts and the master cylinder is under the floor in front of the seat
I just need some tubes, but it would be nice if some kit was available, otherwise I will just have to make it......(more time)

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