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Hot Rods Could someone ID these sbc valve covers

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Ratnest, Jul 15, 2012.

  1. I have done alot of searching tring to find any info on these Valve covers i know there for a sbc and the oil filler is a push in type butt thats about it so any help would do...

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  2. dirt t
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    I would say Cal Custom.
     
  3. They look like LT1 covers- had a pair on my '70 Nova for a while.
     
  4. junior 1957
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    those look like covers off of a n LT-1 or L82 corvette, the crossed flag emblem is missing off the one with the blank oil cap hole
     

  5. JAWS
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    The part number crosses to either the 1970-71 LT 1 and the L46 350 horse 350.
     
  6. Asshole's Garage
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    Those are orignal GM parts/ part numbers, I do believe. Same exact covers as on my 79 L82 Corvette.
     
  7. 52lomofo
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    i have same set from a corvette think they also came z28
     
  8. redlinetoys
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  9. 47ragtop
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    These are the early (69-70) type Factory covers. They had a rubber push in cap instead of the later steel twist in type caps.
     
  10. My understanding is that 1971 was the first (and maybe only) year they used the rubber plug for the fill hole.
     
  11. moefuzz
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    peace of shit gm crap
    go away
     
  12. Dyce
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    Nice covers. I got a new set from my wife to be back in 1987 for christmas.
     
  13. Sealed Power
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    The little tabs sticking down on the inside are oil drippers.

    Oil would drip off these into the center of the rocker arms for extra lubrication.

    That's probably common knowledge but nobody mentioned it ...so if you didn't know now you do.:D
     
  14. paintcan54
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    The look just like the covers on my sons sb, came off a '70 Z28, and I have the intake on my fed.
     
  15. Damn, dude! Really? Why did you bother posting that?
     
  16. Solospeedshop
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    Z28, Corvette Valve Covers still Available From Chevrolet Today But come polished!
     
  17. Gman0046
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    junior 1957 got it right. They are L82 valve covers.
     
  18. heres a pic of a 71 vette LT1 and i believe these are the same valve covers i have

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  19. nwbhotrod
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    There Crap but Hay I will take them so you dont have to wonder what thay came off
     
  20. Shaggy
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    I'm gunna be running a set on my crossram 302 chev in my 64 elcamino for a late 60's drag build......

    But mine have m/t breathers butchered in them!

    Anyone on here that bitches about them needs to realize the year cutoff for cars is 1965 so in my opinion the year cutoff for speed parts should be a few years later, and these are 1968 or 69 parts....
     
  21. johnnyreb
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    they were originally installed on hi perf engines starting in 69. ALL 69 z-28's had them, as well as corvettes and some hi perf nova engines. they were used later on the L-82's in the corvettes but those were made of magnesium and will have 2 sets of of part numbers cast into them. they are worth a pretty penny if they are in good shape, but they are still available new and are also being reproduced. some of the best looking valve covers ever made IMHO. judging by your pics they ought to be worth 125 bucks fairly easily
     
  22. Deuces
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    Yeah, that's what I was thinking...:mad::rolleyes:
     
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