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Discussion in 'Engine Topic' started by 67ChevyImpala, Feb 14, 2020.
http://www.73-87.com/chevy_ids/blockid.htm 14010207 is listed as Truck Block.
I wonder if the F in the suffix might be a T instead, usual for a truck motor.
Thanks Gary, Unfortunately those are the only numbers on there. It doesn't look like any are ground off or missing. It has everyone I have asked thrown for a loop.
I will get some pictures today.
Good morning guys sorry took so long to get the photos, it was one of those weekends. Hope you can read them. It does appear that there could have been some numbers ground off, of course this is how it was when i pulled it out of the vehicle. Again thanks so much for your help.
The FRC is another mystery. I got another block list but no help with your suffix. https://www.mortec.com/castnum.htm
I wonder if that might be a corporate engine? Olds, Pontiac, or something?
Thanks for checking, I ran into the same problem no matter where I looked I could never find FRC.
Hmm, That may be. I was told by the Chevy dealership that it may of come out of some construction equipment. Forklift, skid loader, lift, or boat. Not sure if they were just tired of me bugging them or not. lol
During that era, Chevy V8 engines were used in many applications. They can be found in irrigation pumps and other industrial equipment. Also, Pontiac had stopped making V8 engines by that time so Firebirds and full size Pontiacs with V8 engines had either Chevy or Olds engines installed.