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yep this ol gem,

im on the hunt for a set of SBC fenderwell headers like the pic.

buying them new is a waste of time as there way outta my price range and they will more than likely be slightly modified to fit the consul.

i have spoken to miles at jackhammer and he was very helpfull but i will wait and see if anything comes up first.

i will wait untill after the essex swap meet and if nothing comes up i will go ahead and make my own

 

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Yup me too
I made some back in the 80s for my 65 nova, 1 7/8 primaries, sounded superb and great for the performance gains.
 

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i was thinking of modifying jeep headers they seem to be pretty close to the tri chevy fenderwells
 

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the side exit earlier corvette ones being longer will be good to modify mate. plenty of pipe and bends. :tup:
 

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if it helps, speedway do a header kit really cheap, just flanges, collectors, loadsa bends.
its what mike used on martins willys, and ive got a kit for lou's 460 motor.
 
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