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Selling a vintage original "Crown Manufacturing" engine adapter kit & intake manifolds from GoVair. The adapter allows you to adapt a Chevrolet Corvair air cooled engine to any Volkswagen / VW / early Porsche style transaxle transmission. Comes with engine adapter plate, pressure plate, solid hub clutch disk and the adapter flywheel to fit the Corvair crankshaft. Also have two polished aluminum intake manifolds for the Corvair 140 dual port engine. These are vintage! Built by the west coast Corvair enthusiast Roland Piper who started the "Govair" parts line. They adapt dual Holley 5200 or dual Weber DGV style carburetors to the Corvair twin port 140 engines. A little elbow grease and these babies will shine (all has been sitting in a shop for 30 years. Manifolds could make somebody money if they sand cast them and started reproducing them. The engine adapter kit can install a Corvair engine in your Bus, Bug, Beetle, Karman Ghia, Transporter, Porsche 912 / 914, dune buggy, Meyers Manx, Vanagon, type 1, type 2, type 3, squareback, notchback , fastback, kit car, etc. ANYTHING with a volkswagen / VW or early Porsche transaxle.

Asking $350 cash obo for everything, no splitting up, swaps or trades please
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