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Chrysler Crown Marine Engine -- Question(s)?

I am trying to hunt down a few pieces of information on a ~1949 6cyl Chrysler Crown Marine engine.

Can anyone here direct me to where I should looking?

Questions:

1. (Engine model?): The boat is new to me and I am unsure which model engine I have. The exhaust manifold is embossed: "Chrysler Marine Engine". The engine plate states:

MBNo: E-13451-M
Ser. no.: 12650
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I believe (??) it is a 1949(ish) M-47 "Crown" model (but prior owner thinks its an "Ace") with dual carburators, but I'm not sure.

2. (Manifold supplier?): Does anyone know where I would be able to get a replacement exhaust manifold? Mine is cracked on the outside, also the inside I suspect.

Thanks folks,

Brian
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Re: Chrysler Crown Marine Engine -- Question(s)?

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Re: Chrysler Crown Marine Engine -- Question(s)?

won't be easy... good luck!

http://www.marineengine.com/manuals/chrysler/index.html

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Re: Chrysler Crown Marine Engine -- Question(s)?

Maybe Sierra Boat Company? They do a lot of "original" restorations:

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Re: Chrysler Crown Marine Engine -- Question(s)?

Thanks for the suggestions guys.

I will follow-up with Van Ness and Sierra,

Brian
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