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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-10-2012, 11:18 PM Thread Starter
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Polished 460 Holley Valve Covers-OREGON

I am cleaning out my dad's storage unit. He had some 460 Ford parts in there and these were packed in a vacuum sealed bag.

They are polished and have not had the knockouts removed, no evidence of use. I will be happy to get pics etc. as needed. PM me your email and I will get with you.

Parts are located near Klamath Falls in southern Oregon.

Price is $175

Payment method preferred is USPS Money Orders or Paypal if you must.

Shipping in the CONUSA through either UPS or USPS.

PM me for phone number etc. I'd rather not post it on the forum, but I am a real human being who has over 3500 posts on another forum under the same screen name.

Thank you, Rob
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I am going to Portland Oregon over Thanksgiving, for a painless cash experience the price on these can go down. Some chance of me going up there again over X-mas, I am just not sure yet.

PM me an email and we can take it from there.
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1964 F100 466 zero decked fuelie 7cc dish pistons, with RHP 2.11 1.65 budget D3 heads, Voodoo cam 219/227, rpm intake, Holley Terminator EFI, MSD Ignition, MSD FORD TFI Distrbutor, 4R70W Trans with Baumann Re-cal kit, US Shift electronic Trans controller with B&M Megashifter, 2500 Dirty Dog Convertor, 3.50 gears with detroit locker.

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Got the pics any progress on the measurement of the height?

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1964 F100 466 zero decked fuelie 7cc dish pistons, with RHP 2.11 1.65 budget D3 heads, Voodoo cam 219/227, rpm intake, Holley Terminator EFI, MSD Ignition, MSD FORD TFI Distrbutor, 4R70W Trans with Baumann Re-cal kit, US Shift electronic Trans controller with B&M Megashifter, 2500 Dirty Dog Convertor, 3.50 gears with detroit locker.

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I am PMing you my email.

Thank you for the update.

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I just checked. With the valve cover on a flat metal surface it is 3.5" to the top of the fins on the top of the cover. Measured on the inside from the flange to the top of the VC it is about 3".

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