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1965-79 Ford 289 302 351w Small Block Timing Chain Cover Mustang Cougar Falcon on

US $67.50

Hayward, California, United States

Hayward, California, United States
1965-79 Ford 289 302 351W small block timing chain cover Mustang Cougar Falcon, US $67.50, image 1

This is a new reproduction 1965-79 Ford V8 289 302 351W small block timing chain cover. Thi part is made of aluminum and is for cars with a cast iron water pump and has a hole for the oil dipstick tube in it. This part is made by All Classic Parts with a part number of FM-ET062. Shipping has been calculated for the continental 48 United States and we do ship elsewhere for an additional fee. You may call RPS Parts Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm Pacific time at 510 786-2067 for assistance with this item.

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