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Mickey Thompson Magnesium 392 Hemi Valve Covers Dragster Gasser, on 2040-parts.com

US $2,000.00
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La Verne, California, United States

La Verne, California, United States
Rare M/T magnesium 392 Hemi valve covers. Some ancient minor repairs to the flanges but very well done. No chips, no broken fins, no tubes, no breathers but holes cut in the back for breathers.
Brand:Mickey Thompson Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:Mickey Thompson 392 Part Brand:Mickey Thompson Surface Finish:Magnesium finish Country of Manufacture:United States

Rare M/T magnesium 392 Hemi valve covers. Some ancient minor repairs to the flanges but very well done. 
No chips, no broken fins, no plug tubes, no breathers but holes cut in the back for breathers.

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