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Weiand Nostalgia Blower Drive Front Cover Detail (With Swingarm In Place)Front View NOTE - Weiand's old part number for this item is still being used, but for a NEW big "W" front cover, so don't make the mistake of looking at older catalogs and new catalogs and thinking you're going to get the same part based on part number! When Weiand was acquired by Holley, the last of the Weiand stock was sent to Bowling Green, Kentucky. "Big Daddy" Don Garlits bought the last few Weiand swingarm nostalgia covers they had. There are no more from Weiand/Holley. Don put one on Swamp Rat 2 and another on another racecar restoration for his museum. Please don't bother Don asking... I asked Holley about the possibility they could CNC some more, but was advised that in the acquisition of Weiand, the technical drafts / plans for this and other parts came up "missing" or had gotten lost. My Hemmings ad ran months with no success. Ultimately this example was acquired from an Indy fellow.
Weiand Nostalgia Blower Drive Front Cover Detail (With Swingarm In Place)Front View  NOTE - Weiand's old part number for this item is still being used, but for a NEW big "W" front cover, so don't make the mistake of looking at older catalogs and new catalogs and thinking you're going to get the same part based on part number!  When Weiand was acquired by Holley, the last of the Weiand stock was sent to Bowling Green, Kentucky.  "Big Daddy" Don Garlits bought the last few Weiand swingarm nostalgia covers they had.  There are no more from Weiand/Holley.  Don put one on Swamp Rat 2 and another on another racecar restoration for his museum.  Please don't bother Don asking...  I asked Holley about the possibility they could CNC some more, but was advised that in the acquisition of Weiand, the technical drafts / plans for this and other parts came up "missing" or had gotten lost.  My Hemmings ad ran months with no success.  Ultimately this example was acquired from an Indy fellow.


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