Pair of Nov. ‘10 - July ‘11 valve cover doors.

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Pair of Nov. ‘10 - July ‘11 valve cover doors.

Post by Adam » Thu Mar 21, 2019 12:22 pm

These are super heavy with a super-crisp stamping. They have never been rusty & never been sandblasted. Spots of bare clean ~109 year old mill-finished steel show thru the light protective layer of hard gray amber that have preserved them for over a century. If your engine was made during the first year of enclosed valves, then these are the covers you should have. I wire-brushed the edge of one cover to get an accurate measurement. It is .092” to .094”. First $300 takes them.
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Re: Pair of Nov. ‘10 - July ‘11 valve cover doors.

Post by Wayne_Lemin » Thu Mar 21, 2019 3:48 pm

Hi Adam, if these are still available I would like to purchase them.
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Re: Pair of Nov. ‘10 - July ‘11 valve cover doors.

Post by Adam » Thu Mar 21, 2019 9:07 pm

The valve covers have been sold (pending payment). Thanks for the inquiries.


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Re: Pair of Nov. ‘10 - July ‘11 valve cover doors.

Post by Original Smith » Fri Mar 22, 2019 11:32 am

That's the way to find them. they are beautiful!

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