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Rambler 327 with highly modified Edelbrock Torquer
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Originally posted by Rebel 327 Rebel 327 wrote:

Rambler 327 with highly modified Edelbrock Torquer
 
THAT is cool... CoolCoolCool
 
...but it's spelt TORKER. :)
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/06/2009 at 10:50am
From page 1, 6.29.2007

None of these intakes are for sale.

Please post only pics of intakes in this thread and discuss in another thread.  <<<<<<<---------

Edited by kirkwood - Aug/16/2007 at 11:30pm

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TRACO RD68899 vs Machine X3199782C
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You got some esplaning to to do !Wacko  LOL
 
What hath Traco wrought?
 
What's the history behind this piece?
 
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Originally posted by SC397 SC397 wrote:

TRACO RD68899 vs Machine X3199782C
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/14/2009 at 8:18am
The only info that I have is where a guy posted one up for sale on ebay in 2008. He claimed that it was a TRACO Trans Am intake manifold and was used in Trans Am racing during all of 1970 and some of '71. The guy claimed that there were only 5 or 6 made which, I find very hard to believe. I first saw the one I bought on a '70 AMX in Detroit. The guy eventually pulled it off and had it for sale at our local show so, I bought it. The general shape of the runners are really similar to the Rebel Machine intake. The top is actually 5/8" taller than the Machine intake. The part number is RD 68899. I often wondered if that was AMC's Research and Development part number or, TRACO's.
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Um.. my Daughter can sell it when I am dead and gone so, you might want to talk to her.. Actually, I was thinking about putting it on my '68 AMX with the 343 (B&S to 370) DN 5 speed. Yep, it is aluminum. I am trying to find out who casted the aluminum parts for TRACO just for the heck of it. It would be cool to do a real comparison between the TRACO intake, the Machine intake and the R4B to see what the real numbers are.    
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/24/2009 at 2:27pm
Very Nice wall!!! Including the luggage racks.  The 71 cast iron is taller than the Machine one, almost like the same height comparison in the pics with a traco one. It was said not to discuss them here, just post pics, but I did not know where to add that info. Sorry Bill.  SH
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