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Discussion in 'VIN, Trim Tag & Drivetrain Decoding' started by TX79Z28, Jan 1, 2018.

  1. TX79Z28

    TX79Z28 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    4D25784E-95F4-4B22-A042-94CA14C7B807.jpeg 64A4E907-8F34-4BDA-8130-6022C5AB35DB.jpeg 3AE8CC8B-1F94-4C25-ADB0-62923E009AB2.jpeg I believe I have a 1971 SBC 350 that was used in vans or buses. If anyone can , please let me know if I’m reading the code correctly
     
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    Here is what I found. Is this the factory block in your car? I wouldn't say "the block used in vans busses". That front pad is stamped....Which means that particular block was probably factory in a truck. The block casting itself was a 350 used in a variety of vehicles.


    1969-79/ 3970010/ 350/ 185 low Hp/370 High Hp / 2 or 4 barrel car, truck, Vette

    V Flint
    05 May
    07 Day
    TAA Convcab,van,bus / C-10 / 3500
     

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