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Default Day 2 Valve Covers for SBC

Looking for the true Day 2 versions of various popular valve covers for SBC's from the 1967 time period. Will be installed on my younger son Danny's '67 RS Camaro, he's pretty much decided on Marina Blue after seeing Bruce's brother's Camaro!!
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Since you'll have the oil tube through the intake, and no need for excessive room, the Cal Custom 6 ribs would look great as cast or polished.
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I may have something tucked away in the shop. Will check.
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Sam will hopefully find something cool from his private stash.

I do like Danny's taste Marlin. Marina Blue is a great color, and I'll bet he's getting excited?
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Sam will hopefully find something cool from his private stash.

I do like Danny's taste Marlin. Marina Blue is a great color, and I'll bet he's getting excited?
Sort of, he's watching his big bro's Nova come together, so that's kinda getting him amped up - but he can't wait till drag racing season begins...
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Looking for the true Day 2 versions of various popular valve covers for SBC's from the 1967 time period. Will be installed on my younger son Danny's '67 RS Camaro, he's pretty much decided on Marina Blue after seeing Bruce's brother's Camaro!!

Cool...glad that Gary's Camaro inspired one from the younger crowd!


Here's the pics that Danny was looking at...
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Sort of, he's watching his big bro's Nova come together, so that's kinda getting him amped up - but he can't wait till drag racing season begins...
I like it.

Still looking for a Nova to build with my oldest who's now 13-1/2 and itching to start building something. Missed out on a Nickey sold Nova last year when I hit the snooze button but looking at a couple other Nova's right now. Hope to pick one up soon.
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Marlin,

So here is what I have. Haven’t had these out for a looooong time. Thot I had after market SBC VC’s - these may be GM parts (see part numbers). You’all are the experts. No warping or nasty gouges. Let me know if you have any interest.
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So maybe this doesn't fill the bill. In any case, can someone ID these for me? Thanks!
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Looks like L82 valve covers.
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