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I've seen on Ebay the Lisle drain plugs tend to bring relatively good money. What is it about them that makes them special? A couple of the Muncies I've worked on have had them, others have had either a "P" or a "W" stamped into the plugs. I think the M22 in the '71 has one. The one out of the '70 has "P" plugs in it. The W one was a non-magnetic fill plug in a '67 M20.

Not complaining, or trying to say they should not bring the money. I just don't know what makes them worth the extra money.
 

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I have sold a few sets of Lisle and P stamped drain/filler plugs. They are magnetic and are used in early M22 and 1971-1974 (M20, M21, M22) Muncies. They are hard to find in pairs. You gotta remember, after 35-45 years, these plugs have been wrenched on, damaged, swapped out, etc. If you are doing a "numbers" car, these are a must have for judging. The W plugs are standard filler plugs that are non magnetic and weren't a "pair" since the bottom hole was never tapped to use a pair of plugs. Single W plugs don't really bring much.
 
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