Classic Austin Mini Rebuilt Cylinder Head With Valves And Springs

Classic Austin Mini Rebuilt Cylinder Head With Valves And Springs

Classic Austin Mini Rebuilt Cylinder Head With Valves And Springs

Classic Austin Mini Rebuilt Cylinder Head With Valves And Springs

Classic Austin Mini Rebuilt Cylinder Head With Valves And Springs

Classic Austin Mini Rebuilt Cylinder Head With Valves And Springs

Classic Austin Mini Rebuilt Cylinder Head With Valves And Springs
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$894.95
Part No: AEG163-RB
Internet Price $894.95
This Item has a $100.00 core charge.
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The AEG163 Big Valve cylinder head was fitted from late 1963 through to 1969 to all Mini Coopers "S" engines. The AEG163-RB cylinder head are original castings that have been carefully and completely rebuilt as new. This process included new seals, guides and seats where needed, head has been cracked tested and surfaced. These heads are perfect for either a proper restoration project or daily use.

Note: Availability of these cores is very inconsistant. Call before ordering.

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