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Ross Piercey wrote:
> There are 2 frost plugs below the exhaust one on each side of center.
> I found on the block next to the right of the fuel pump in large letters
> GM and below it the numbers #3835766
> I think that this must be the serial number for the engine.
> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > Ross -
> > None of the numbers you quote make any sense if it's
> > truly a GMC engine.
> > On the exhaust side, how many freeze plugs are present?
> > If 5, its a GMC. If 3 its a Chevy.
> > I have a list of GMC casting numbers at home, will
> > check that head number tonight.
> > Jack / Winter Park FL
> > >I've searched the archives and found lots of info but i'm still confused
> > >on how to figure the engine size.
> > >I know it came out of a 52 GMC. The numbers stamped on the engine
> > are as
> > >follows.
> > >
> > >Stamped by hand punches on the block to the left of the distributor
> > is
> > >#68040 in large #s then in small numbers just to the right of the
> > other
> > >number is #2662
> > >Cast on the head is #3885499
> > >Cast on the intake manifold is #3635409
> > >On a plate just below the exhaust manifold are the #s in this order
> > >060
> > >040
> > >020
> > >C7RC6E
> > >2662
> > >
> > >Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.
> > >Thxs
> > >Ross 51 Chevy 3/4 LB 5W
> > >oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and
> > 1959
> > >
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