Fenderwell Headers in Resin?

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does anyone make or sell resin fender well headers for 55- 57 small block chevy?

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Check out Replicas & Miniatures of Maryland and also Perry's Resin for those headers.

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Looking for anyone that makes or has fenderwell headers for sale

Thanks

Tony

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looking for resin fenderwell headers for amt 1966 nova

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The 57 AMT flip Nose has those headers your looking for.

John Pol

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Hey guys, does anyone make fender well headers for Gasser's

Thanks for any input!

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Hey guys, does anyone make fender well headers for Gasser's

Thanks for any input!

Hey Joe! Man, ya gotta check ebay...I don't remember the sellers name, but they had just what you're looking for, the headers dump just behind the front tires!

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Perry's Resins makes them and they can be found in MPC's '57 Chevy kit with the flip front end. Also maybe in the MPC kit of the "53 (?) Ford pick up kit with the flip front end too, but I'm not sure.

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Thanks guys for the Info....

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Both those kits with the flip front ends are running Big Block Chevy engines, just so you know.

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The 57 flip front vette is small block.

I use solder for mine.

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Anyone know where the best resin place is to get the old stlye Mopar and chevy superstock or fenderwell headers?

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mcwautomotivefinishes.com They have both chevy fenderwell headers and the Mopar/Johan super stock headers listed under parts. Steve Prideaux

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Might anyone know of a resin caster/kit for dump headers like these? Thanks.

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The MPC 57 Chevy had those

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The MPC 57 Chevy had those

Yep, the flip nose if I'm not mistaken.

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Yes the flip nose

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Does anyone make resin fender well headers? I need them for a 57 Ford, but I would imagine ones for a 55-57 Chevy (small-block) would work. The exhaust ports on a 312 Ford are the same layout as a small-block Chevy. Do any kits have these? I'm looking for something that would be used on a junior stocker.

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Dave,

Good luck! I'm not sure any one makes fender-well headers, BUT they might be made with the use of solder and ran out from a header plate on the head and inserted into a drilled hole through it into the head and then shaped as you like it out through the fender well..... Solder or even aluminum wire would work well to make these from scratch!

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Hey Dave the flip nose 57 Chevy or the 53 ford pickup has what your looking for I might have an extra set laying around.

Vince

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MCW has the old Jo-Han 426 wedge fenderwell headers in resin and also Chevy fenderwell headers

Edited by boss 302 mustang

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