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AC Delco 6416712 Fuel Pump, 1967 Nova/Camaro
AC Delco 6416712 Fuel Pump,  1967 Nova/Camaro

AC Delco 6416712 Fuel Pump, 1967 Nova/Camaro

327 Chevy Small Block V8, 350 Chevy Small Block V8, Gasoline Fuel Type, Aluminum

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AC Delco 6416712 Fuel Pump,  1967 Nova/Camaro
AC Delco 6416712 Fuel Pump, 1967 Nova/Camaro
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Fuel Type:
Gasoline
Notes:
Correct for cars produced prior to 2/67, replaces AC Delco 40503
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Each
MFG. Part #:
6416712
Material Type:
Aluminum
Fuel Pump Outlet Size:
5/16"

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AC Delco offers this completely rebuilt and restored original GM fuel pump assembly with the AC Delco logo embossed on the side of the housing. Fuel pump will fit 1967 Nova/Camaro with 327 or 350 engines.

  • Fits 1967 Nova Camaro 327/350
  • 5/16 inch
  • Sold each
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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