Feb 12th, 00, 09:15 AM
I slipped over from the chevelles.com site to get some info. In todays paper there is a 69 Camaro cross-ram manifold advertised. Was this a standard Z28 option or an off-road option? Value and rareness? My motivation is to either get it possible for my chevelle (I know it wouldn't be correct) or get it to someone that needs if for restoration.
Feb 12th, 00, 01:59 PM
Don't know much about them, but I do know they are worth a lot. If they are factory. It would be two piece, with the top held on by bolts around the perimiter. Look for a factory part number. If it is an Edelbrock or Offenhauser the value is as a novelty since the performance potential is eclipsed by todays single 4bbl set-ups.
Feb 12th, 00, 02:11 PM
They came over the counter at dealerships, they were not ordered with the car and its made to respond to the DZ302's high RPM HP and a good complete set will run for 3-9000 bucks, 9000 being never used in the box or NOS.
Feb 12th, 00, 03:27 PM
Thanks alot for the info. Don't think it will work for the Chevelle but I am going to check it out for my Camaro bros, I had a 67 along time ago. Sold it for college tutiion. I think all the guy has is the maniford but for the value you quoted what he is asking seems like a deal. I'll keep you posted.
Feb 12th, 00, 03:47 PM
try this for research http://www.camaro-untoldsecrets.com/articles/crossram.htm
and if its cheaper than that grab it! if not give me the number for his house!!! I will sell my car for one! Man there is one that is amazingly cheap 3000 bucks in the mountains and its the complete kit I would love to get it but funding is short, they still have it after I checked last year.
Feb 14th, 00, 10:54 AM
Hey OrrieG, can you give me the phone # for the cross-ram. I'm looking for one to put on my 69 Z28. Thanks, Jeff H.
Feb 17th, 00, 06:45 PM
My block casting is #3892657 the same casting # as the 302 Z-28 but dont have the correct crank which makes it a 327, but whish i had a crossram. Go for it
Feb 18th, 00, 03:06 AM
The deal was $200 for it, but Orrie called, and it was already gone.