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    Anyone ever seen this factory heat shield? This is a one owner 64 Sport Fury hardtop, 383, 4 speed.

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    YES that is an original shield!
     
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    yes and?
     
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    My ‘64 Sport Fury was dead stock with 361 when I got it and it did not have that shield. Seems like it would have interfered with the heat valve.
     
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    From reading the 64 parts book it was only installed on 361 & 383 cars not 426. However it is shown on 426 for 65.
     
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    It was slotted for the warm up valve shaft's.

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    Don't know why that pic is shaded in red
     
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    Really hot exhaust ....
     
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      It was on several 64 big block cars I'd owned!
       
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      426??
       
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      65 parts book shows it installed on 426 but not 64. Could it be it just didn't make it into the 64 book?

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      Wow, info on this shield is extremely hard to find! I talked to Joe Suchy at length last weekend at Carlisle and with all the cars that have passed through his hands not once has he ever seen that shield!
       
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      And now that I think about it that slot was for access to the one bolt head with a wrench when removing the head pipe.
       
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      Y. The 1964 book has it listed in same section. The 62 and 63 has a different PN and it was revised in 64.
       
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      Can you post a good photo of yours? Thank you.
       
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      DSC05946.JPG DSC05947.JPG DSC05951.JPG DSC05934.JPG DSC05935.JPG DSC05940.JPG DSC05942.JPG Some 65 coronet paint details, sorry for crappy pix
       
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        The top two photo's are of the heat riser heat shield? Amazing it still has traces of Turquoise paint.
         
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        Is the dipstick handle painted turquoise or black? Keep em coming! lov'n it!
         
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        I'll get the pix posted on the dipstick, the extreme top has paint but I don't see any on the tube, I don't have part# tag on distributor DSC05931.JPG DSC05450.JPG DSC05404.JPG
         
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          winter storage DSC05944.JPG , I always keep the hoods up and a fan blowing around so no moisture settles on the engine
           
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