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#1 (permalink) Old 01-21-2008, 08:48 PM
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powder coated valve covers installed

Finally got around to installing these..... what a difference. Anyone who owns one of these cars knows what the valve covers end up looking like over time.
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nice. better than new. imo

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OMG where did you get them..... Mine look like crap now and my valve cover gaskets are on the way..... hmmm I wonder what Black would look like.....

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OMG where did you get them..... Mine look like crap now and my valve cover gaskets are on the way..... hmmm I wonder what Black would look like.....
I sent em out and had it done. Cost was free cuz i traded some work to the guy. (i think normally about $100)

Im kind of regretting not going with black now.. i have another set, I may send em out and have them done in black.

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i think prob 2-day turnaround..... Valvecovers are cheap at the salvage yards... not a big market for them. I recommend buying a spare cover and sending it out. This would be for your 635?

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