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These have a piece of dated paper, from 2001 between them. I'm sure they're older than that[been in the basement since I moved here] These are obviously the real-deal.....and have the dust to prove it. I sold the matching air-cleaner, about a decade ago.
The chrome valve cover without "Direct Connection" logo from March 1, 1977 direct connection catalog:
B engine P4007542 right side ...43 left side
A engine P4007102 right side ...03 left side
Note: These have the PCV and breather holes in the center/middle of the valve cover, not on the ends.
The ones without the "Direct Connection" are the good ones. They are taller that the other ones. The ones that say "Direct Connection" are the ones that came after and are junk. I've got a few sets of the good ones. They clear after market rocker arms.
Let me clarify, the plain chrome direct connection valve covers for the small block have the holes punched in the center/middle. I do not know for sure where the holes are punched in the R/RB valve covers of the same vintage.
I liked that style Wagonman, they were out for a couple of years around 2006-2008.
The ones pictured above that say Direct Connection on them are the same valve covers you can still buy from Proform and Trans Dapt (and others), they're just stamped with "Direct Connection" and Mopar charged double.