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Champ Pans CP150R12 1957-85 Small Block Chevy Dry Sump Oil Pan
Champ Pans CP150R12 1957-85 Small Block Chevy Dry Sump Oil Pan

Champ Pans CP150R12 1957-85 Small Block Chevy Dry Sump Oil Pan

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Champ Pans CP150R12 1957-85 Small Block Chevy Dry Sump Oil Pan
Champ Pans CP150R12 1957-85 Small Block Chevy Dry Sump Oil Pan
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Sump Style:
Dry Sump
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc Plated
MFG. Part #:
CP150R12
Depth:
4.25"
Dipstick Location:
Passenger Side
Oil Inspection Plug:
No
Pan Style:
2-Piece Rear Main
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For dry sump oil systems on 1957-1985 small block Chevys. Made from rugged steel to last. Features two crank scrapers and a removable horsepower saving louvered windage screen which will give maximum oil flow to the pickups.

Has two -12 AN fittings on the passenger side. Measures 4-1/2" deep. Will work with stock or mini starters.

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

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