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Poncho pete

Intake manifolds

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Does anyone know if a 1956 intake manifold would fit a 1955 287 I’m looking to convert to a 4 barrel carb Thanks 

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Casting number 521571 should be the number for a 1956 Pontiac 4-bbl intake off of a 316 Pontiac V8. The 287, 316, 347, and 370 were the part of the Strato Streak V8 engines. It should fit your 287.

The casting number is usually near the #1 cylinder intake runner - by the thermostat. 

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You are welcome sir. We'd love to see pictures of your project.

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Sweet looking ride Poncho Pete. Tells us all about it and when you get your intake installed, let us know how she performs.

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