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1958-1979 SBC 262-267-283-305-327-350-400 Oil Pan, Black, 4 Quart
1958-1979 SBC 262-267-283-305-327-350-400 Oil Pan, Black, 4 Quart

1958-1979 SBC 262-267-283-305-327-350-400 Oil Pan, Black, 4 Quart

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1958-1979 SBC 262-267-283-305-327-350-400 Oil Pan, Black, 4 Quart
1958-1979 SBC 262-267-283-305-327-350-400 Oil Pan, Black, 4 Quart
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Liquid Measurement:
4 quarts
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Painted
MFG. Part #:
91017801
Dipstick Location:
Driver Side
Oil Inspection Plug:
No
Pan Style:
2-Piece Rear Main
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This stock capacity oil pan fits 1958-1979 SBC 262-267-283-305-327-400 engines with a two-piece rear main seal. While the oil pump pick up is NOT included, you can use the original oil pump pickup.

  • 1958-1979 SBC 262-267-283-305-327-400 with two-piece real main seal
  • Driver side dipstick
  • 4 quart stock capacity

Note: This oil pan will not fit 1962-1967 Chevy II Nova's with steering behind the crossmember, Vega/Monza V8, or 302 High Performance engines.

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

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