okay, here is what i have. it is an aluminum Horne intake manifold for an early chrysler hemi. now for the bad or unusual part. someone cut out the heat riser on this manifold. i have no idea why this was done. i bought this intake over 30 years ago and this is the way i got it. this was not hack job. someone carefully machined this area out of the intake. it was cut exactly in the center of the mounting bolts on each side of this. as a fabricator, i could repair this like new. but i decided not to mess with it until i understand why this was cut. or if i decide to sell it, i can give the buyer the option of letting him get it fixed/repair or use it as is. i feel that it is still very usable as is. it still bolts down just fine. the carbs are strombergs. two of them say "97" on the side and two say "1 1/32" on the side. why would someone use two different cars on this intake? i don't know, but this is how i got it. the 392 heads are Modellos. there is a stamp on each head just above the heat riser port that says: MONDELLO'S PORTING SERV. L.A. CALIF 35768 here are some pictures i took today. if anyone know more about these items, please post up. now, i have no idea of its value. maybe you guys could give me an idea. since these Mondello heads have the heat riser ports rendered useless because the passage in the exhaust port was welded up. Joe Mondello must have done this when he ported these heads. i feel that this Horne intake will work as is with heads like these Mondello heads.