Buick Nailhead Lifter Valley Pan Cover 322,364,401,425 1953 Thru 1966 on 2040-parts.com
Gresham, Oregon, United States
Placement on Vehicle:Front
Surface Finish:satin roto blasted
Manufacturer Part Number:364,401,425
Interchange Part Number:364,401,425
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
RichiesDragMaster aluminum cast Nailhead Valley Pan. Cast in the Great Pacific NW in the USA. These are the best of the best of castings for your Nailhead hot rod Valley pans. They polish up beautifully . The ribs are sunk down in the pan and the Valley pan is recessed into the block like the original.
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