Speedway 1949-1954 Pontiac Straight 6/Straight 8 Water Pump
Mechanical Water Pump Type, Standard Pump Flow, Cast-Iron Housing Material, Natural, Natural
- Compatible with 1949-1954 Pontiac Straight 6 and 1949-1954 Pontiac Straight 8
- Premium cast-iron construction for consistent performance and reliability
- Verified and inspected to ensure no leaks
- Mounting gasket included
- Sold individually
Speedway's newly manufactured OE style cast iron water pumps are now available for vintage engines. These pumps are brand new and are ready to be installed and come with mounting gasket. Under our stringent quality control processes each pump is verified for any leaks and now features improved sealing over original water pump.
- New Water Pump
- Includes Mounting Gasket
- Verified no leak quality control
- Sold Individually
*Excludes vehicles with powerglide transmission
- 1949-1954 Pontiac Straight 6
- 1949-1954 Pontiac Straight 8
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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