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Old 03-30-2022, 11:14 PM
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Welcome Eric......I have an Gardner Exhaust system on order......Can't wait....
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Old 03-30-2022, 11:50 PM
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Can anyone shed some light on the rough cost for a 69 Chevelle chambered system?
I've asked the question of Gardner in the past without being given a definitive answer for whatever reason.
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Can anyone shed some light on the rough cost for a 69 Chevelle chambered system?
I've asked the question of Gardner in the past without being given a definitive answer for whatever reason.
Cheers.
I put that exact system on my 70 Monte. I believe it was $1,750 without the rear tips as I had a 52 year old rolled tip pair that was on a 69 chevelle that was made into a race car the first week. Was in an attic for 52 years wrapped up in soft towels. Sounds awesome.
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Welcome! The best designed, fitting and sounding exhaust!
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Five systems and counting. Welcome Eric!

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Default Excellent exhaust and service

Very nice addition to the sponsors!
Eric Gardner takes the time to talk with you and is very friendly.

Both my Survivors have the Gardner system.
Itís a one man job as the fit is perfect.

In 1966 all GTOís (manual and automatic) received the resonators at the end of the tailpipe.
Gardnerís resonators are almost dead on to factory, plus the expanded end of the tailpipe mates perfectly to the resonators.

I had a pair of NOS resonators in my stash which I elected to use on my Ď66.

Thanks, Chris Terry.
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I have dealt with Eric and Gardner Exhaust on two separate occasions to install a turbo system for the Green 69Z a few years ago, and then a system for the late 69 Lemans Blue Z with the dual resonators. Quality fit and finish every time, and a fantastic company to deal with.

I gotta admit, I wear his T-shirt at least once a week, and my sons favorite drinking glass is also marked by Gardner.

Welcome to the site Eric. I should be calling you for a chambered system on my Yellow Z when the driveline goes back to being stock.
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Eric Gardner takes the time to talk with you and is very friendly.
Eric also gets it right on the unique to El Camino and wagon tail pipes, that are mismatched side to side for spare tire well clearance on the wagons.

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Eric's systems are spot on.

It was the only assembly that I have ever installed while using nothing but a ratchet and a wrench. And I know most of the guys here know what I am talking about.

It fit like a dream and sounded fantastic.

There is NO better system out there.

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And a big thanks for becoming a sponsor. We all appreciate the support and interest.

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