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Old 03-15-06, 11:11AM   #1
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Default Aluminum 4 barrel intake for 1964 389cid

Does anybody make a 4 barrel aluminum intake maifold for my 1964 389cid block? I would like to buy one to use until I can get my tri-power built. It seems all the books list 1965 to 1977 intakes but nothing for the pre 1965. I do have an Offenhauser 6 barrel aluminum intake but I can't find a 4 barrel version. If anyone has makes and part numbers that would help. I'm going to a Swap Meet this week-end and if I knew what I was looking for "part number wise" I may be able to find a good deal there. If not I would have to find a new one. Thanks.....Lenn.
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Old 03-15-06, 06:53PM   #2
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there were intakes made by all the aftermarket people.Dont think there are any now.They show on Ebay all the time.The factory 62-63 SD intakes also work but are very expensive.Tom
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Old 03-21-06, 01:50AM   #3
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look for one with the 12 bolt mounting instead of the newer style 10 bolt mounting.
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Old 06-02-06, 12:00PM   #4
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Talking Offenhauser...

usually special order, but Jeg's can get it for you or contact them yourself. Ron
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Old 06-05-06, 06:01PM   #5
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Default intake update

Hello guys. Just and update. I found a complete tri-power set up for my car. An old friend from the 80's had it in his basement. Ran into him at a funeral of all places. He wanted $500.00 for it, I was saying sold even before he mentioned a price!!! That means I have some extra intakes. I have a brand new offenhauser 61-64 style tri-power intake, a factory original cast iron 63 dated tri-power intake and a 64 dated 4 barrel intake. I got a hold of Mike from Illinois who owns www.tripower.com. I sent him some pictures of the set up, he evaluated what I needed besides carb kits and is mailing the stuff to me. So, I guess I lucked out, getting a complete tri-power set up for $500.00 and then another $500.00 to rebuild it...........I'm happy. The only upgrade I may do now is find a date coded 1964 tri-power intake for this set up. I hear that the 64 intake is also a bit higher that the previous years!!
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