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Hello, in a short time I will start the modification of my 292Y-Block and one of the things that I want to change is the valve cover for an aluminum one but I do not want to spend much, I have seen those of John Mumment for 195 and you are that I put in the images, what do you think? Suggestions are welcome. I do not care for second-hand material. Thanks
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https://www.jamcosuspension.com/products/sfID1/156/sfID2/159/productID/1914
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Or

any opinion, tks
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Who makes the Merc covers?


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I kinda like the looks of the Jamco covers.

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If you want the aluminum cover with the Mercury script on them, they come from a company in Austrailia.



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Actually, the one with the Mercury script are made in New Zealand.  I bought 2 sets a few years ago.  I cannot remember the name of the company off hand , but I think there was a discussion here on the forum about them. maybe searching the forum will turn something up, although I have never had any luck using it, but that is probably due to my being computer illiterate.
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try this link,   Ace custom equipment.          //acecustoms.co.nz/products/
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looks like it does not work as a link for some reason, you will have to copy and paste it
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Looks like the current web site price is about  $350, but I am pretty sure that is New Zealand currency.  I do not think I paid  $350 a set, but I do know that the shipping was about  $175 for both sets.  I think the price I paid was under  $200 per set plus the shipping


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