Hall has them in stock for like $800. That might have been a closeout? I don't know. These are made to go out the sides near the stock locations not through the a/c condenser hole. They were made for them by Ford Performance Parts in Washington who is a Ford header specialist.

2" primaries and 2-1/2" exhausts.

I have them on my car and have only good things to say about them. I like the side exits.

Rene, 

I offer them in stainless only . They come with merge collectors and V-band clamps for muffler attachment. They are fully TIG welded and are absolutely beautiful! The typical lead time is 3-4 weeks but I currently have one set in stock ( 351C/stock head config) 

Let me know if you're interested. '

Thanks, 
Ron

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I have a set of Ron's headers. I'm sure his design, like most (all?) others require spark plug access from underneath. Of course its a hassle to have to get under the car but I can actually replace the plugs in my Pantera faster than I can in my neighbors '70 Mach 1 with a 351C. You'll also need to think about plug wire routing. Mine come from the top with Kevlar sleeves for protection. I've also heard of routing them from the bottom. 

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Thanks for the reply Mark. 

The headers on Mark's car are a few years old and made of mild steel. The design is basically the same with the exception of the material( Stainless ) and the flanges are a bit more streamlined and some of the pipes are moved very slightly to give more plug wire routing. Like everything, it is an evolution . 

The plugs can all be accessed from the bottom . I typically use a Snap-On chrome swivel spark pug socket which allows some of them to be accessed from the top. 

 

Ron

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