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Kevco Sbc 1962-1967 Nova Oil Pan on

US $175.00

Glendora, California, US

Glendora, California, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Manufacturer Part Number:1091 Part Brand:kevco Country of Manufacture:United States

 Here is a brand new Kevco sbc oil pan, part # 1091, this fits the 1962-1967 chevy nova chassis, it holds 6 quarts of oil and has kick outs on both sides of the pan along with a full length windage tray and crankshaft scraper, along with the pan it also comes with the high volume pick up tube, all the parts are brand new only mounted on the engine but never fired, i bought an aftermarked front end and no longer need this set-up, thanks and good luck.

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