I've been hoarding B-body parts for years. I don't have many engine parts or much aftermarket stuff. But if you need something odd I probably have it.
OEM is tough. Let me look at see what I got... I know I've got the bracket, the spacers and the bolts with the studsYou're not kidding. A complete set of oem ex. manifold bolts with collars and alt. brackets? The only thing I can think of is the "always yellowed / cracked / missing hood light cover"...... LOL
Seriously, maybe the cats not so much, you do a list of the non-generic model-specific NLA stuff and I bet you get hits.
That's one of those things you may find one two of here or there. But generally in terrible shape now days. From what I hear some of the older muscle car bushings can be used and there is a few more choices than just energy suspension for those.Hey you got any body bushing stashed.
Hahaha It appeared to be a setup stuck in that cardboard lower left of pic. If so, then the bolts would have been just to gauge location and length, but the collars are often lost and brackets too often discarded and making them all surprisingly of value.This sounds like a joke. GM doesn't have the slightest clue how to manufacture an exhaust manifold bolt. Why not ARP?
I actually think I can piece together one complete set! Those bolts in the cardboard were headbolts I ended up not reusing.Hahaha It appeared to be a setup stuck in that cardboard lower left of pic. If so, then the bolts would have been just to gauge location and length, but the collars are often lost and brackets too often discarded and making them all surprisingly of value.