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216, 235, 261 Chevy 6 Cylinder Headers, Raw Finish
216, 235, 261 Chevy 6 Cylinder Headers, Raw Finish


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These are garage sale priced because they have minor damage.

No Warranty, No Returns on Garage Sale Items    


The 216/235/261 Chevy Six was built from 1937-1962 in cars and trucks. Our tube steel headers allow you to run a split exhaust. If you wish to run exhaust heat to your intake manifold, these headers include welded-on bungs which can be used to pipe heat to your intake manifold. Includes manifold gaskets, collector gaskets, flanges for the dump tubes, and all hardware.

  • 2" outlets
  • 1-3/4" and 2" primary tubes
  • 7/16" thick head flanges




  1. The fittings welded to these headers are for those that want to use the original type carb heat tube. If you intend to provide heat to your manifold, you will need to drill a hole in the center of one or both of these fittings and run a tube up to the exhaust passages within the intake manifold. If you do not need to heat your intake, do not drill the holes.
  2. If using the stock clamps, it would be necessary to use shorter studs because of the thickness of the flange on these headers compared to the stock cast iron manifolds. An aftermarket intake manifold would also complicate the stud or bolt length requirements. A spacer may be required to match up the thickness variations between the intake and exhaust manifolds.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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