Left Side 1955-57 Small Block Chevy Chassis Header
Chevy Small Block V8
- Fits 1955-1957 Chevy car equipped with the small block V8
- Has 1-5/8" primary tubes with 2-1/2" collectors
- Designed to work with stock of 605 power steering box
- Mid-length design offers maximum ground clearance
- Will work with side engine mounts with engine in stock location
This is garage sale priced because it is only a left side header and will need to be modified as it sits to close to the spark plugs.
These headers do not fit angle-plug heads. They do work with a "605"steering box. They work with most any bellhousing and most any motor mounts. Some aftermarket starters may be in the way. Designed to fit cars using an original V-8 pitman arm. Some aftermarket arms may cause an interference.
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