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Amc Jeep 258 Cylinder Head 6 Cyl Stock 327258 Motor Engine Cj J10 on

US $100.00

Bernville, Pennsylvania, United States

Bernville, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:Used Manufacturer Part Number:327258

Storks Auto Jeep Parts 610-488-1450

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Here is a nice head pulled off a 1976 Jeep CJ (J73). everything looks good. The part # on it is 327258.   This was used on a number of years with the 258 engines too. This had the steel valve cover and has the 1/2" head bolts.

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