NAPA sells Weatherhead fuel lines but they sell them by part number and not by application.

Why use N.O.S. when you can get a new safe one?

These are made from new rubber for new fuel with correct type brass fittings factory crimped on.

Be safe always inspect rubber fuel lines.

I have a 1960 A.E.A. application chart and have combined the currently available part numbers with their applications hope this helps someone.

Make & Model
Napa Part No.
Factory Part No.



BUICK


1953
50, 70
WH 11212
1161564
1954 - 55
ALL
WH 11212
1161564



CADILLAC


1941 - 48
WH 11076
1442527, 1451365
1949 - 58
WH 11093
145497



CHEVROLET


1942 - 55
TRUCK
WH 11078
3663928
1954 - 60
TRUCK
WH 11219
3703395
1955 - 57
8cyl. PASS
WH 11079
3719737



CHRYSLER


1949 - 54
WH 11078
1314454
1955 - 56
WH 11079
1136282



DESOTO


1949 - 54
WH 11078
1314454
1955 - 56
WH 11079
1136282



DODGE


1949 - 53
WH 11078
1314454
1953
D44, D46
WH 11078
1314454
1953
D47, D48
WH 11079
1136282
1955
ALL
WH 11079
1136282
1956
ALL
WH 11078
1314454



EDSEL


1958
A, B
WH 11205
1A9288A



FORD


1952 - 55
TRUCK
WH 11205
1A-9288A
1951 - 58
WH 11205
1A-9288A2



HENRY J


1951 - 54
WH 11076
212378



KAISER


1954 Late - 1955
WH 11076
212378



LINCOLN


1956 - 57
WH 11215
LE-9288A2



MERCURY


1951 - 57
WH 11205
1A-9288A2



NASH


1935 - 47
10, 20, 80
WH 11041
46476A
1948 - 49
40
WH 11041
46476A
1949 - 50
600
WH 11041
46476A



OLDSMOBILE


1956
WH 11215
567757
1957 - 58
WH 11216
570820



PACKARD


1951 - 55
WH 11076
419506



PLYMOUTH


1948 - 56
WH 11079
1136282



PONTIAC


1951 - 54
WH 11208
514607
1955 - 56
WH 11078
519575
1957
EARLY
WH 11078
519575
1957
LATE
WH 11217
528415



STUDEBAKER


1937 - 57
WH 11041
189888



WILLYS


1946 - 54
CJ-2A, CJ-3A
WH 11080
604308
1946 - 53
463, 473
WH 11089
642166, 647587