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    Mikke H Well-Known Member

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    View attachment 554878 6F24A1F6-B4B4-4A62-ACD7-53DA4D517823.jpeg E690AEA3-9887-4E37-B905-095E8D5CEE06.jpeg What do I hawe here ? Cant find any date codes ! Is this korekt for early -70 car build date 08 02 69 ?Are the studs korrekt or are the carbs bolted ?
     
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    Is that iron or aluminum? The ones I had ('69, '70, & 71) all had bolted carbs.
     
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    Aluminium.
     
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    From my knowledge, that would be an acceptable intake for the 69.5 A12 cars. If your doing a 70 model car, I would have to say that by that time, the intakes were all of the cast iron variety. Not to say that an aluminum one did sneak into the production cycle, but highly unlikely. That was a problem with the 69.5 A12 cars with the ability to produce enough of the aluminum intakes to meet production demands.
    As per the question regarding the carb bolts / studs, they should be a 1 1/8" Hex bolt in black phosphate with a "H" stamping in the top of the bolt. The "dogbone" bolts were a Hemi thing and a 71 Six Pack detail item.
     
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    "Back in the day" I saw a couple of "real" '70 6 Pak cars with the aluminum manifold but otherwise all were iron. I also had an aftermarket EDE 6 BBL manifold, IIRC the EDE part # was in a different location than the OEM version.