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Old 05-03-2006, 01:46 PM
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Looking for suppliers of engine dress up kits for small block chey,air cleaner,rocker covers excetra.

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I just used some new stuff out by proform. Nice finish and a little different from the normal chrome and aluminum. They have a nice grey set with red and blue lettering and a sharp black hammer toned set. I went with the gray since I painted the motor black.

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Take a look over at Jegs www.jegs.com
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J C Whitney has low cost dress up kits for most applications for around $50.00
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Thanks Gents, I'll start with them.
However I did see a negative post on proformparts by club 327?? anyone else have any input about them?

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Old 05-03-2006, 03:24 PM
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local auto parts store, chrome kits for chevys are everwhere,
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Engine dress up

I have bought some Proform stuff.I use one of their 50,000 volt coils in my HEI,its been in for going on four years and still working great,and I just bought one of their throttle bodies for my Holley,it didnt come with any directions,but other than that the quality seems to be fine.
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