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1955-95 Small Block Chevy 283-305-327-350-400 Timing Chain Cover
1955-95 Small Block Chevy 283-305-327-350-400 Timing Chain Cover

1955-95 Small Block Chevy 283-305-327-350-400 Timing Chain Cover

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1955-95 Small Block Chevy 283-305-327-350-400 Timing Chain Cover
1955-95 Small Block Chevy 283-305-327-350-400 Timing Chain Cover
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Style:
One-Piece
Material Type:
Steel
Color:
Black
Finish:
Painted
Gasket(s) Included:
No
Timing Pointer Included:
No
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Each
Hardware Included:
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This black steel timing chain cover fits 1955-1995 SBC 283-305-327-350-400 engines.

  • 1955-1995 SBC 283-305-327-350-400
  • Black
  • Steel
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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