ISO 1970 Buick 350 4bbl intake manifold.

Discussion in 'Parts wanted' started by Wauscion, Oct 28, 2019.

  1. Wauscion

    Wauscion Active Member

    This can be used and cast or aluminum. Any Help would be greatly appreciated. I would also be interested in a compatible rear axle complete with posi traction or options that would work for my 8.2 Buick rear end.
     
  2. partsrparts

    partsrparts Silver Level contributor

    I have a 1968 cast iron 4bl manifold
     
  3. Wauscion

    Wauscion Active Member

    I am learning about the unique combinations with the Buick from 1970... If I am not mistaken, the 68,69 and 70 are all compatible for the intake manifolds? How much $ for the intake? I can check shipping costs if you give me your zip code. I am from WI. I am not sure how far that is from the enchanted land! LOL I assume New Mexico... Thanks for getting back to me ..
     
  4. Gallagher

    Gallagher Founders Club Member

    What part of Wisconsin are you in?
    I have a '72 4bbl intake you could have.
    Located in Elk River, MN
     
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  5. partsrparts

    partsrparts Silver Level contributor

    zip is 87506, but i'm sure the one from Mike in MN is going to be alot cheaper shipping wise.
    Keith
     
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  6. Wauscion

    Wauscion Active Member

    Hey Mike, I am about 2.5 hours east of Hudson. I must be incorrect on my understanding of what 4bbl manifolds will bolt onto the 70 Buick 350?
     
  7. Gallagher

    Gallagher Founders Club Member

    As far as I know all the 350-4 barrel intake manifolds will interchange. I'm sure someone with more knowledge will chime in if I'm wrong.
    Double your money back if it doesn't fit.

    I just sent a text to a friend in Eau Claire. He might have one laying around too.
    Mine is still bolted to the engine, but I know I won't be running a cast iron intake on any 350 that I own.

    Have you looked into getting an aluminum TA intake?
    http://www.taperformance.com/proddetail.asp?prod=TA_1235
    Might be able to find a used one on the board here.
     
  8. Ryan Mallu

    Ryan Mallu Member

    I am looking for one of these 4 barrel intakes for a 350. Are any of these still available or do you all know of any others?
     
  9. Gallagher

    Gallagher Founders Club Member

    Hello Ryan. Welcome to the site.
    Mine is still available, but shipping won't be cheap
    Where are you located?
     
  10. Ryan Mallu

    Ryan Mallu Member

    I am in Louisiana. Not sure how to calculate shipping yet. Need to figure that out
     
  11. 70skylark350

    70skylark350 Well-Known Member

    I have one in Pittsburgh. not really wanting to package and ship
     
  12. ToddsGS

    ToddsGS Founders Club Member

    I have one in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

    Where you located ??
     
  13. partsrparts

    partsrparts Silver Level contributor

    I have a 68 4bl intake in southern New Mexico
     
  14. Breyon robinson

    Breyon robinson Penny_70GS

    I have a 68 & 70 4bL cast iron intake.. “California
     
  15. Kstrube334

    Kstrube334 New Member

    Anyone still have a 4bbl 350 intake manifold? I am in need and I’m in Wisconsin
     
  16. Gallagher

    Gallagher Founders Club Member

    Welcome to the site @Kstrube334
    I have two sitting here in MN.
    Depending on where you are in Wisconsin, Todd in Eau Claire might be your best bet.
    I'm not sure how heavy these are. Shipping might be expensive.
    I'll be at Rock Falls Raceway sometime in June if you want it free, and can wait a month.
     
  17. nekkidhillbilly

    nekkidhillbilly post whore

    you can ship greyhound pretty cheap fyi.
     
  18. Breyon robinson

    Breyon robinson Penny_70GS

    Yes California let me know if you don’t find one closer.
     
  19. Kstrube334

    Kstrube334 New Member

    I might be able to make it to eau Claire in June, I would also be willing to pay shipping if it’s not outrageous, and pay a little extra for the trouble, any way to see how much shipping to Appleton wi would be?
     

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