Holley Vintage Series Air Cleaners

HolleyVintageSeriesHolley Performance Products is proud to announce the release of their new Vintage Series air cleaners and small block Chevrolet valve covers.

These new products are the first of the Vintage Series family of die-cast aluminum dress up products featuring a classically inspired finned design and a retro style Holley script brandmark.

The Vintage Series air cleaners are 14″ in diameter and are constructed of die-cast aluminum. They are available in both 3″ and 4″ heights to ensure proper fitment on your application. They can also be had with either paper (white) or premium reusable cotton gauze (red) filter elements. All air cleaners include color-matched bases with knock out provisions for a fresh air adapter. The carburetor gasket and all mounting hardware necessary for installation is also included.

The Vintage Series valve covers are designed to fit all 1958-86 small block Chevrolet engines with perimeter bolt patterns. The die-cast aluminum construction ensures high detail and reduces the opportunity for warping of the valve cover flange and oil leaks. The valve covers stand 3.5″ tall with pre-installed internal oil baffles. The oil fill and PCV grommets are also included. They are available with or without emission provisions for your custom application.

All Vintage Series air cleaners and valve covers are offered in as cast, satin black with machined fins, and polished finishes.

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  1. Marvin D. Vanoven
    Marvin D. Vanoven

    I was wondering if you had smaller classic or vintage air filters that might work on or for a 68′ VW. It has two breathers/carburetors. Thank you for your assistance in this matter.
    Respectfully yours,
    Ofc. Marvin D. Vanoven, ret.

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Marvin, thank you for your question. We do not sell products on our website. We are an online video streaming programs only. You may try to do a Google search. Thanks!

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