Fenton® 1936-1959 Chevy 216/235/261 6-Cylinder Cast Iron Headers
Universal Fit, Shorty Header Tube Type, Raw, Standard Flange Style, Iron, Natural
- Fenton® cast iron headers are one of the first steps to improved performance for your Chevy inline 6
- These split manifolds are the only way to get that classic "rapping" exhaust note
- Fits 1936-1959 Chevy 216, 235 and 261 straight 6 engines
- Collector flanges, collector gaskets and exhaust manifold gaskets are not included but available separately
Fenton® cast iron headers are one of the first steps to improved performance for your Chevy inline 6. These split manifolds are the only way to get that classic "rapping" exhaust note. For 1936-1959 Chevy 216, 235 and 261 straight 6 engines.
Does not include collector flanges, collector gaskets or exhaust manifold gaskets.
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Q & A
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