Holley’s Finned Aluminum Valve Covers for Small-Block Chevy and Windsor Ford




For decades, the cool finned valve covers were aluminum castings. If you had fabricated aluminum valve covers, it meant you must be well-funded or your full-race engine needed the very best of everything. Now, thanks to the combined efforts of Holley/MSD and Mr. Gasket, the benefits of fabricated aluminum valve covers (minimal weight, plenty of clearance for high-lift valvetrain, and super cool appearance) are now available for us mere mortals with the stylish benefit of heat-shedding fins on top! The best of both worlds, we think. If you’ve got an old school Chevy or Ford small-block, this is an option worthy of your consideration. They are available in black, but we’re suckers for the more natural silver option. How about you?

Official Release


Holley/MSD is pleased to announce the release of Mr. Gasket’s Finned Fabricated Aluminum Valve Covers, which put a modern twist on a classic, old-school design. Constructed of 6061 T5 sheet aluminum and available for Small-Block Chevys and Small-Block Fords, they feature a CNC-machined finned top and are TIG welded for a perfect leak-proof fit.

The Gen-1 Small-Block Chevy version is available in two distinct finishes – silver-anodized and black-coated. Small-block Ford valve covers are available in black, and all three and have a finned top plate for a cool retro appearance and a one-piece billet flange for superior sealing. Sold in pairs, they come with all the necessary mounting hardware for a fast, easy installation.

Contact Holley Performance Products for more information: (866) 464-6553, www.holley.com.


  • Lightweight fabricated 6061 T5 aluminum construction
  • Traditional finned-top design
  • Precision crafted billet flange to ensure a leak-free seal
  • Includes all necessary installation hardware

After spending almost a decade in the aerospace industry, Scott Parkhurst chose to learn about racing engines by working in some of Southern California’s most respected engine shops. He took on the role of Tech Editor at Popular Hot Rodding magazine back in 1998, and was instrumental in the development of both the Engine Masters Challenge competition and Engine Masters Quarterly magazine. He was also the founding Editor of Street Thunder magazine and Author of the V8 Horsepower Performance Handbook before he arrived at Timeless Muscle.

Share this post