When we got our el Camino, it had one of those chromed "Chevrolet" timing covers. Does this take the thick or thin seal that goes between the front of the oil pan and the timing cover? I'm chasing down an oil leak and this came to mind.
It's a '68 327 with the driver side dipstick and pan to suit. The way the engine was put together has me shaking my head. Starter bolts too long so they were stacked with washers. Short block rebuilt but old heads used. I've had the heads rebuilt and am about to put the whole thing back together with an old original timing cover. The chromed timing covers eventually rust and look like the devil and are a pain to keep waxed and clean. Thanks for the help.
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