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Asked by Aug 05, 2017 at 01:20 PM about the 1966 Chevrolet Impala

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I am starting to rebuild a 66 impala but I need info.
It had og 327 until it cracked and I had a 350 Chevy  
small block in. Now I drained fluids to let it sit while
I was away for work and I'm back and want to start
working.  I am trying to put New oil in and the
engine does not have an oil cap. The headers and
carb are still from the 327 and other than Jimmy
rigging it to poor down the dip stick tube I can't find
where to put in the oil at.

3 Answers

Not sure if this helps but here is a photo.


The oil cap is the round chrome thing on the valve cover to the left of the air cleaner.


If it was a snake it would've bit ya

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