Plymouth Fury and dodge D500 had wedges too (340/361 CID) - I think the Bendix may have been available on those, though not sure any survived the dealer dual quad retrofit. In any case, I think the Desoto 383 was a hi-block (unlike later 383's), which would make this intake a DeSoto-only item.
The DeSoto uses a wedge engine, while the 58 Chrysler is a Hemi. This would be DeSoto only.
Thanks for the information. This is the "Holy Grail" of Chrysler Corporation induction systems. I have never seen one this complete. I have seen the bare manifold, but never the injector bodies. I have also never seen the special distributor for the spark plugs and injectors, not sure how that was done. That guy selling this is selling a VERY rare item, but has eliminated any "Normal enthusiast" from trying to get one back on the road, like myself. I will keep searching the Garage sales, and keep hoping I find one from someone not knowing what it is. My question also, does the De Soto intake and Chrysler intake manifold interchange? Hopefully? I'll just keep looking, knowing they actually do exist, it's like seeing something from mythology or legend.
Stephen A. Noia
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