1967 MOPAR 383 UNSILENCED AIR CLEANER 'CUDA DART GT 68 440
OEM 1967 Mopar 383 Unsilenced Air Cleaner. This is an original 1967 A-body big block air cleaner assembly that has been refinished in wrinkle black to present a period correct image. It has been refinished to match the early A-body cars and features the 90 degree nipple on the driver's (LH) side. The "FRONT" impression is visible through the wrinkle paint and helps to orient the assembly for installation as the factory had intended. The exterior features a reproduction Mopar Air Cleaner Service Decal. The wrinkle finish presents very nicely on the top.
The base is a more modern replacement with the 5 1/8" flange that fits the later model Carter/Holley/Edelbrock 4 barrel carburetors.
To complete the assembly, a new heavy duty air filter and period correct wing nut are included. A "Made in Canada" stamp has been added as a nice finishing touch. The wrinkle finish is very nice as well.
A display model 383 Commando pie pan is included as a nice finishing touch-authentic to both the 'Cuda and Dart GTS cars featuring these engines.
This assembly is in very nice condition and will enhance your restoration. Best of all, it is a rare and genuine Mopar part!
For further information on the restoration process and additional selections, please contact us.
The history of the larger unsilenced air cleaners centers on the first iterations of A-body big block cars produced outside of the Chrysler channels. Mr. Norms Grand Spaulding Dodge dealership shoe-horned Chrysler big blocks (383s) into the 67 A-bodies and sold them outright. Chrysler execs finally figured out that they too could do it too and began a modest production run for late 67. The air cleaners were modified Coronet R/T & GTX assemblies that featured the unsilenced option (that would follow with the revision of the more common 68-69 smaller versions). Once the air cleaners were made, they weren't all used up for the 67 run. Chrysler installed the leftovers on early 68 A-bodies, as well as early 440 R/T & GTX models. The center cones were the larger ones designed to incorporate the classic pie pan engine ID plates. This detail has been corroborated through multiple authenticating channels.
This assembly is correct for the following 1967 383/440 high performance models:
Dart GT 383
For the early 1968 big block cars manufactured after June 1967, the remaining stock of unused air cleaners were used on models such as the Plymouth GTX and the Coronet R/T. While this was a short term use, these air cleaner assemblies were original to these early cars and have been documented through a Mopar Nationals B body judge.
It will fit A/B/C/E-body cars ranging from 64-73 as well with the larger carburetor flange. It is correct for the late 67/early 68 B/RB cars as mentioned.
The assembly will fit 4 barrel carburetors with a 5 1/8" diameter flange such as Holley, Carter AVS, and Edelbrock variations. If you have modified your carburetor or intake manifold, please inquire first prior to bidding to ensure fitment is correct. Return requests for non-fitment will not be honored.
CUSTOMER SERVICE, WARRANTY, & RETURNS
The assembly will ship within one day (usually the day of payment) with shipping/tracking information provided.
This assembly is guaranteed to match the item description – customers have up to 14 days to return the assembly after receipt if it is not as described.
Assemblies must be returned in the original packing – customers are responsible for return shipping charges. A refund will be issued upon receipt of the inspected assembly. Returns for non-fitment will not be honored – please ask questions first.
In the event of shipping damage, customers must save all packaging and send 5 digital pictures so Musclecar Air Cleaners can initiate a shipping damage claim.
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