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Old 02-25-2004, 12:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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We have 3 intake manifolds that we need to post on the parts for sale section. This will be out first for sale post and I don't know how to list them. I do not want to put out inaccurate information. Or, is it just best to include a picture of the item you are posting? It would be better to know what we have so that we can figure out pricing. Any help would be appreciated.

Here's the information that I can find so far:
1) FOMOCO CBOE-9425-B, firing order 15476378 other code listed 5G27. This one is a 4 barrel.
2) FOMOCO C8AE8425-B A, firing order 15476378 other code listed 7L27. This one is a 2 barrel.
3) Edlebrock marking, can't find any numbers at all on it. Used to be on a 302 engine.
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Old 02-25-2004, 01:07 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The "CBOE-9425-B" is actually C6OE-9425-B (there is no C8OE small block 4 barrel intake. Date code is 5G27 (July 27, 1965), most likely a correct date coded intake for an early 66 "A" or "K" code motor, possibly even a very late 65 model as well (change over was August 65 between 65 and 66 models). Good luck trying to sell the 2V, not much demand, it is worth about its weight in scrap metal, unless you find someone needing a date correct piece-here 7L27 makes it for a 1968 model car cast on November 27, 1967. Does Edlebrock have an F4B marking anywhere?- they were an early high rise (shelby style) intake,and were pretty plainly marked.
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Old 02-25-2004, 01:31 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Good to know on the 2V. Won't waste the time cleaning or posting.

I rechecked the other numbers and put my glasses on this time. The 4 barrel is C6OE-9425-B. You said it is probably C6OE-9426-B. Not sure if there is a demand for used intake manifolds. Do you think this is worth posting? Would I just post the part # in the 65-66 parts for sale section?

On the Edlebrock I did find a 7121 number stamped on the back. It is also a 4 barrel. Do you know what this 7121 means?
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Old 02-25-2004, 01:42 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Web search got the following:

Performer RPM 302 (1500-6500 rpm)
Designed for street 289-302 c.i.d. Ford V8s. This dual-plane high rise manifold has excellent high rpm power while retaining throttle response. #7121 is stock replacement/street legal part for Shelby Mustangs with 289 c.i.d. V8 with OEM 4V carb; 1965-66. No provisions for exhaust heated choke. Available with standard finish or polished. Performer RPM 302 (non-EGR) #7121

New Price $170.
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Yes. Someone will want the Fomoco 4-bbl intake. I can guarantee you that.
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Woops, slip of the finger on the key, it should have been 9425 (which is base number for all Ford intake castings). The factory cast iron 4V intakes usually sell for around $60 to $100 at swap meets for a good clean one.(sometimes they ask more-but you usually don't see them sell)
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Old 02-25-2004, 03:28 PM   #7 (permalink)
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interesting firing order on those manifolds
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