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« on: March 19, 2017, 11:11:41 PM »

Fully polished reproduction 427 Cobra valve covers.These are the uncut fin variety for Cobra or full size car application. I got these in a trade and they are extra. One side needs a simple sheet metal baffle installed IMO. Holes are there to secure it down. Who knows how many hours went into fully polishing the typically porous aluminum castings.10 hours or more?  How much do you think that is at your local shop rate on top of the cost of the valve covers ?Maybe 400.00 worth of polishing? Branda gets 400.00 plus shipping for the un polished porous casting version . How about 390.00 plus shipping for this set fully polished. I also have another nice clean pair of 427 Cobra valve covers uncut identical to the set Branda sells but instead of 400.00 they are 290.00 for the pair plus shipping. If you are needing a set there is nothing wrong with saving some money so you can spend more somewhere else.Paypal friends and family please. PM me with any additional questions. Thank you.



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« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2017, 07:04:36 PM »

Fully polished reproduction 427 Cobra valve covers.These are the uncut fin variety for Cobra or full size car application. I got these in a trade and they are extra. One side needs a simple sheet metal baffle installed IMO. Holes are there to secure it down. Who knows how many hours went into fully polishing the typically porous aluminum castings.10 hours or more?  How much do you think that is at your local shop rate on top of the cost of the valve covers ?Maybe 400.00 worth of polishing? Branda gets 400.00 plus shipping for the un polished porous casting version . How about 390.00 plus shipping for this set fully polished. I also have another nice clean pair of 427 Cobra valve covers uncut identical to the set Branda sells but instead of 400.00 they are 290.00 for the pair plus shipping. If you are needing a set there is nothing wrong with saving some money so you can spend more somewhere else.Paypal friends and family please. PM me with any additional questions. Thank you.
Price reduced to 340.00 on the polished and 240.00 on the unpolished.

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