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1955-79 Small Block Chevy Raw Oil Pan, Left Side Dipstick
1955-79 Small Block Chevy Raw Oil Pan, Left Side Dipstick

1955-79 Small Block Chevy Raw Oil Pan, Left Side Dipstick

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1955-79 Small Block Chevy Raw Oil Pan, Left Side Dipstick
1955-79 Small Block Chevy Raw Oil Pan, Left Side Dipstick
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Sump Style:
Wet Sump
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
MFG. Part #:
91715118
Dipstick Location:
Driver Side
Oil Inspection Plug:
No
Pan Style:
2-Piece Rear Main
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Each

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These raw oil pans with left hand side dipstick are perfect for building your own custom claimer race pan.  Just purchase our claimer pan kit separately and assemble the kit to fit these oil pans.  These oil pans are designed for use with 1955-1979 small block chevy applications.

  • Works for street, strip, road race, and circle tracks
  • Stock style oil pan for use with claimer pan kit
  • Raw finish
  • 1955-79 small block Chevy
  • Left hand side dipstick

Be sure include our claimer pan kit (91715900) with these raw pans for a custom built claimer race pan.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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