I thought I had a better picture but this was the only one I could find. Hope it helps. Spring connects to exhaust and in the hole of the throttle lever.
Twight65, From your picture I see a vacuum tube that hooks up for
the manifold, is that tube for the vacuum on the auto trans or for the
power brake booster? If it's for the brake booster do you have pictures
Yeah that Spring setup looks correct... However, I have never seen a 200 exhaust manifold like that one! What is the HEX fitting on the bottom of the exhaust manifold? and the Rectangular attachment at the back. It does not look like an original '65-'68 200 Exhaust Manifold...Non-IMCO or IMCO...
I think that Exhaust Manifold came out of a later '70's or 80's Ford Truck!!
Does anyone know what it is from?? Ok, Let's play "What's that part??!"....lol...
Melbourne, FL (Formerly from Long Island, NY!)
The trucks would have had the big 300 six. I'd guess a mid-70s Granada or Maverick with thermactor.
1967 Shelby GT350 #3014 Concours Gold MCA and SAAC
1965 K code Fastback owned since 1977- MCA Concours Gold
1966 6-cyl. Sprint Convertible owned since 1978
1966 C-code auto Convertible restored 2008. Exercised regularly in season!
1965 C-code auto Convertible resto in progress....
All owner-restored in my garage, never trailered.
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