Mystery parts, sort of, can you identify?

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  1. idrivemopar

    idrivemopar FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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    I am in the midst of reorganizing the parts dungeon, and came across these parts, a mount of some sort which I think is an exhaust bracket, a heater valve off of I don't know, and a throttle bracket of off I don't know.

    Anyone know what they may have come from?

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    the one in the right bottom looks like a throttle cable bracket that attaches to the intake, the hole is for the hose to the power brake unit, it could be used on different cars
     
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    • Richard Cranium

      Richard Cranium FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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      When in doubt, throw them out.
       
    • idrivemopar

      idrivemopar FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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      I always check here first before making that decision, you never know if they are useful to someone.
       
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      • moparwacko

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        Yep, #1 definitely is a throttle cable bracket- tossed when you put a high rise manifold on.
        #2 is a vacuum operated mixing valve for defroster
        #3 is the ultra rare muffler bearing mount, what makes it really rare are the slots, never seen one with slots. (This could be a station wagon only application??)
        So, unless someone is restoring a 74 Monaco Brougham Wagon, a pile of caca.




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        But, don't throw it away, you know you're going to need it.
         
      • WileERobby

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        Top one looks like a beer bottle opener. If not, I'd use it for that purpose anyway. {Burp}
         
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