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Old 03-27-2020, 09:30 PM
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Went to visit my junk friend today to see the intake. I came away with Edelbrock Victor Jr, a Wein High Rise, a GM aluminum intake and 2 sets of small block headers. The intakes just need a good cleaning. The Edelbrock needs some bolt hole work but can be fixed. The headers need cleaning and painting. Got it all for $20 buck.
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I'm not helping you any more!

Which GM intake did you get? If it's a Q-jet type, you might get a pretty penny for it. Casting # ????

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Thief! You stole that stuff!
He set the price. I tried to get them for $15 but I finally caved in. They were all on a load going to the scrap yard.
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Which GM intake did you get? If it's a Q-jet type, you might get a pretty penny for it. Casting # ????

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It's a Q-jet but I'm not sure which one. Where are the casting numbers located? I'll try to get my wife to help me post some pictures.
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It'll be right on top as highlighted here...



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Is the one I took of of my 84 Monte Carlo 305 a good one? Even has the electronically controlled Q-Jet.
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I got pictures but my wife and I are having a difficult time getting them posted. The GM number is 14057053.
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I got pictures but my wife and I are having a difficult time getting them posted. The GM number is 14057053.
Thanks for the number and the pictures are good. That intake was used on some 305s and 350s from '78-'85. It's nothing special, except for the fact it's half the weight of its cast iron twin.

So, some stock class racers seek these intakes because the rules dictate which casting numbers they can use. They'll bring $50 - $125 or more, depending on condition and how bad somebody wants it.

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