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Mopar Exhaust Systems

  1. StrayCat

    StrayCat Well-Known Member

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    And I have a set of functional, but new in the box "laker pipes" in the garage..................thoughts?
     
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    Refresh my memory. What car are you planning this for?
     
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    I assume you are referring to the old Thrush side exhaust that were produced in the
    60s-70s. If so, I always thought the looked really weird on most cars they were installed on. There were a few old 30s-40s type street rods that they seemed to "fit" in terms of an overall look, but i never liked them on the factory type 60s-70s cars. Unless you are making serious custom body modifications I would not suggest using them.
     
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