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Old 11-26-2005, 09:58 AM
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Did a 1996 roadmaster stationwagon have a 327 in it. I know it has a 40L60E
trans. wheres the numbers stamped at on the block passenger side near starter ?

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The '96 Roadmaster had a 350 - the LT1 engine.
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You may have seen the number "327" cast in the engine block. If so, you're by far not the first who thought it meant displacement. That's just the last three numbers of the casting number for the LT1 block. It's a 350.
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