Chrysler Crown CA exhaust manifold

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Chrysler Crown CA exhaust manifold

Postby jamesm2733 » Thu Aug 10, 2017 6:30 pm

I am in search of an exhaust manifold for a Chrysler Crown model CA from the mid 30's, with a casting # E-24382-M. Jim Staib & Bud Bracket have helped me determine that the Chrysler Ace manifold will not bolt up to the CA engine. Any leads are greatly appreciated. Thank you, Jim Martin
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Re: Chrysler Crown CA exhaust manifold

Postby jfrprops » Fri Aug 11, 2017 7:38 am

Jim,

Wish I could help you with this....but can't. Hope this post gets some action and traction for you but have to say that site responses a way down since Fakebook arrived on the scene.

John in Va.
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Re: Chrysler Crown CA exhaust manifold

Postby evansjw44 » Fri Aug 11, 2017 8:57 am

Try Mike Murley at Murley Marine in Fairhaven, MI. He claims to be the Chrysler authority and parts horder.
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Re: Chrysler Crown CA exhaust manifold

Postby jamesm2733 » Fri Aug 11, 2017 5:31 pm

Hey John,

I hear ya on that Fakebook thing. Such a waste of time. I have a page but it is used to keep up with my two sisters and the kids in Georgia. As the old parts inventory dries up, it forces the installation of modern power. You know me, keep the old flattys running as long as possible. Can't duplicate that sound.

Best to you and your boat.

Jim


Mr Evans,

Thanks for the lead. I did speak with Mike Murley and he wished me luck in locating one. He provided me with info on a company that can repair the manifold. I spoke with them and it will be very expensive. What isn't with old wood boats.

Thank you,

Jim
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