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How thick of one do you want? I've got some 1" mat'l layin around somewhere...think it's at my mom's

If you can't find one, see if there's any inliner guys from the VMF in the Cen Cal area....they can get me a sample and I could make one for you....shouldn't be more than 30.00 + 3.50 shipping...

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Talk to John (FordInliner)....he may know of some easy way for me to figure out what you need...or he may have a line on it himself....


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If you can't find one, I know from Camachinist and others that one cut from wood works just as well (if your handy in the wood shop). Dickson

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Pat, if the guy really wants one and you offer to make it for him then a template is nothing more than just going to your local auto parts store and buying a gasket. No big deal. Just drill 3 holes for him. All you need to know is if he has a 1.5" or a 1.75" intake port. They changed in '70 to the big one )which also had a wider 2 bolt mounting pattern so you know which gasket to buy for a 200...

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