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WTB: Pictures of Manifold - Stock 1974 460 Intake Manifold Thermoquad Spreadbore Pattern

Want To Buy: Stock 1974 460 intake manifold with the thermoquad spreadbore pattern, This is the last part needed to complete a restoration,any help would be greatly appreciated. I will be be glad to pay for your time and trouble to ship the manifold to North Carolina. Thank you

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I'le look in the trailer today, what code do you want?
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1974 460 intake manifold code

Any 1974 460 intake manifold with the Thermoquad pattern will work, D3VE-AB D4VE-C1B D4VE-BB thank you for your help.

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Any 1974 460 intake manifold with the Thermoquad pattern will work, D3VE-AB D4VE-C1B D4VE-BB thank you for your help.
Sorry, on those I only have D6 and up...were you still looking for 429 2v stuff or did your plans change?
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Any 1974 460 intake manifold with the Thermoquad pattern will work, D3VE-AB D4VE-C1B D4VE-BB thank you for your help.
Pretty sure I've got one of those. Came off the 429 in my 1973 Montego GT. I've been saving it in case I ever decide to restore the car back to stock, but that's probably never going to happen. I've got the whole top end....intake, carb, and air cleaner. I also have the heater, A/C, etc.

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I also have one of those intakes collecting dust. Shipping might suck from Alberta Canada though.
P.M me if you like

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Carl, sent you a PM about the intake manifold and carburetor.
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Carl, sent you a PM about the intake manifold and carburetor.
Went out and pulled the intake/carb/air cleaner. As it turns out, it's a square bore deal.


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Rick, I sent you a couple of pics, just wanted to see if you got them

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1974 Thermoquad Spreadbore intake manifold

I recieved the pictures of the manifold, it is a spreadbore for a Motorcraft 4350 series carburetor, will not work with a Thermoquad, Thank you for taking time to help me.Rick
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460 Intake

If somebody comes up with one I would love to see a picture of it because I don't believe it exists, 68' to 74' Passanger car (non CJ) used a square bore type design. 75' to 79' were a spread bore type design. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
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Pictures of 1974 460 Thermoquad Intake Manifold

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File Type: jpg Intake manifold Thermoquad - 1.jpg (45.6 KB, 46 views)
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Thermoquad or Rochester spread bore?

A Thermoquad on a 460? Never knew they made one. However Rochester spread bores were certainly used. I had one on my 429CJ. The manifolds are still available from DSC.

http://www.dscmotorsport.com/Manifolds/index.htm

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I think I have a couple let me look tomorrow!

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