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Hi All,

 

I currenlty have my old stainess steel exhaust for sale on ebay. Happy to provide a 10% discount for any RHOCAR members

 

GBS Robin Hood Zero Exhaust Manifold and Silencer

 

Stainless Steel exhaust manifold and silencer for GBS Robin Hood Zero. Manifold suitable for Zetec Blacktop and Silver top engines. Manifold supplied by GBS (£175+vat new) and 5 inch exhaust Silence includes sports cat £550+vat new). This was made by custom chrome.

 

Used to get car through IVA and used for around 180 miles. I have since replaced for a decat.

The silencer and manifold are currently braised together but could be split with a bit of heat if required.

May fit other lotus 7 style cars, but please check before you purchase.

 

Viewing welcome by arrangement. We are in Dorking Surrey.

PayPal or cash on collection only.

 

Link to ebay can be found here:

 

GBS Robin Hood Zero Exhaust Manifold and Silencer Ford Zetec

 

Also have a few other items for sale:

 

http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/ethanicus/m.html?item=121007623672&ViewItem=&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2562

 

Please let me know if you have any questions.

 

Thanks,

Jon

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