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I know this is off topic in the worst way..(Pontiac)..But I have no Idea were to look..I have a set of what I have been told is special(Key word TOLD)...(Pontiac)#16 D port heads w/guide plates and screw in studs...The casting date is D188..Anyone have any idea what there worth......Or if indeed they are special what makes them so........Thanks in advance

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This (or something similar) would be your best bet

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didn't all pontiacs have guideplates and screw in studs? i think the #16 head is the one they put on all the later 350 and 455 engines. but i could be wrong. they were different from 350-455. dfferent valves and chamber sizes. different ports. too.either will bolt where the other was,but will not work right...i think...
i knew this about 2 and a half years ago when i had a 78 trans am.but i traded it for my nova, and now i forgot.

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