Are you looking to customize your street or strip car or truck with durable steel valve covers? Trans Dapt has a variety of O.E.M. Style, Custom and C.I.D. logo model chrome plated steel valve covers that will make your engine stand out under the hood of your race car, hot rod or truck. SHORT Valve Covers measure 2.75 inches tall and TALL Valve Covers are 3.75 inches tall. Sock Height valve covers are available for some applications. V8 and V6 valve covers are sold in pairs. L6 valve covers are sold individually. Valve cover gaskets, fasteners and breathers are not included (sold separately).
Does Trans Dapt 8986 fit your vehicle?
1957 FORD THUNDERBIRD
- Liter: 5.1
- SubModel: BASE
- Aspiration: SUPERCHARGED
- CUI: 312
- Engine Type: V8 ( 5.1L / 312 )
- Engine Vin: F
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