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64elcie
    
I am looking for a thermostat housing for a 327 Chev,
With a 45 degree angle to the right (passenger side) and 45 degree up in Chrome or Aluminum, NOT The swivel style. Tryed Jegs nothing there.
Thanks
posted: February 11, 2009
 
    
 
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oldridesupport
    
Have you tried browsing through some of the Chevy resources on oldride.com?
www.oldride.com/directory/chevrolet.html
posted:  February 11, 2009
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bigtrucker
    
I bet YearOne will have what you are looking for. www.yearone.com
posted:  February 11, 2009
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teamchevy
    
Eckler's Late Great Chevy carries Chevy parts from 1958-1972
www.lategreatchevy.com
posted:  February 12, 2009
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64elcie
    
Thanks guys I have checked out all these sites............ I might have a odd-ball set up, as nobody seems to have the 45 degree RIGHT angle, I will have to look at somebody elses 300 hp to see if it should be comming JUST at 45 degree straight ahead. I only wanted to dress up the compartment a little and the diecast that is on there now is 45 right AND stright ahead.
posted:  February 13, 2009
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64elcie
    
as you can see in this photo of my engine the position of the housing is to the right (passanger side)and up, nobody seems to have this configuration in chrome or polished alum. The manual shows this as correct, but even trying to find a radaditor with a top right conection seems imposible.
posted:  February 13, 2009
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19cvy57man
    
I might suggest that if you can't find the desired part you are looking for you could in the off (winter) season take it to be chrome plated somewere and have it ready next spring cruisin' season.
posted:  April 3, 2009
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