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Old 09-20-2005, 08:38 PM
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whats these edelbrock worth?

hey all im new here, i resently found a Edelbrock manifold in my shed from the old drag racing days, i need to find out if this is for a chevy 350 and what a resenable selling price would be.
it reads S.P.2-P on the top alogn with Edelbrock and PAT.PEND.
however on the back it says 3000. whats this mean?
here are a few pics.


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The SP2P is an old low rpm street meanifold, worth about $30 IMO
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Old 09-20-2005, 10:22 PM
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A brand new on sold on eBay last week for $56. Used sells for around $30.
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It almost looks like a predecessor to the Performer manifold doenst it?
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$30 eh? They've gotten more valuable, must be the gas prices.
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No scrap alum is up...
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For a everyday driver......they work real well.

You know....small camshaft, small CFM carb and decent exhaust. I have one....under the work bench. All my stuff is BIG CAM, Big CFM and too much for the street...
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All my stuff is BIG CAM, Big CFM and too much for the street...
Too much is just right.
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Old 09-21-2005, 08:54 PM
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Too much is just right.

I agree with that! I love the sound of a big cam.
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hahaha thanks guys, i think the only resen this wasnt on the 69' el camino was becuse we had a holly on her back then
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not much. try ebay.
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I have heard from a few people that the SP2Ps will make LESS power than a stock intake.
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geez, it is ancient technology.
It is worth whatever somebody will give you for it. (how much is alum now?)
Dont turn down real American CASH, no matter how little,,,,,
unless you just want to keep this antique for old time's sake.
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It makes a great 4X4 intake for crawling around.
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