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I live in Southern California (around Long Beach) and am currently working on my 1968 Mustang with a 302. The current covers are looking a bit old and looking to purchase a new/used set of valve covers.

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-Jon
 

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I went with high quality chrome because they don't fade and are super easy to take care of.
 

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I got them from NPD some time ago.
 
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Jon ,
I will have two sets at the Long Beach swap meet on the 12th.Lots of other Ford stuff too.
 

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Row G space 31.
 
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Pic of your current valve covers ?
I rather like Fords OE 84 GT
covers
I believe they are stock OEM that came with the mustang. They are leaking because the metal has become brittle where the bolts are.
 

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Thanks! Yikes those are pricey for being used.
Yeah, that seems awfully pricey to me too. They made a ton of them so I'm not sure why those are so expensive. I figured it was the SoCal tax, lol. Keep looking. They're out there for sure.
 
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