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05-24-2008 04:46 AM
301nova build that 302 and have alot of fun.
05-23-2008 11:50 AM
gizmo-1948 The WY indicates that it is a 67/72 307 200 horse truck block. Do you have any way to measure the bore--even a tape measure will get us close enough--The way you can mix/match small block parts, you may have a real oddball on your hands. Plus, back in the day GM was pretty famous for not always following the rules during assembly--They would mix up parts with the best of us---
05-23-2008 12:50 AM
327NUT GEEZ .... Whats next from this kid, he going to find a couple of Ford shotgun motors or cammers in a barn.......just down the road!!
05-22-2008 06:05 PM
matt167
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Originally Posted by chevy350_Camd
Well it would be nice knowing what it is but I think I might win either way, lol one possible way is I hvae a true 302 and the other possible way is I get to put my motor back together with the block if its not a 302
350 block. 350 blocks and 302 blocks can share the same casting #, but the suffix tells them apart
05-22-2008 06:02 PM
chevy350_Camd
???

Does anyone have a clue what it is ?
05-22-2008 04:59 PM
chevy350_Camd
ok

Well If its not a 302 Can you tell me what it is cause I want the block for a 383
05-22-2008 04:58 PM
matt167 MI or MO is the suffix code for '67-'1968 302's DZ in 1969
05-22-2008 04:54 PM
Mustangsaly
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Originally Posted by Jmark
Do you have any pictures of the one you got? Crank pictures? Only 302 i've ever seen was a good buddy had a correct, numbers matching Z28 302 back in high school. Gray/silver with black stripes, 4 speed, awesome car!



must of been in 1972 1973 or 1974 I had a friend thats older brother had a silver 68 Camaro SS with black SS stripes with a 302 4 speed. (I think it was just a SS) in 77 they both had 68 Camaros silver with black SS stripes. one was a 302 4 speed one was a 396 with bucket seats and a colum shift 400th.
05-22-2008 04:46 PM
chevy350_Camd
302 ?

Well it would be nice knowing what it is but I think I might win either way, lol one possible way is I hvae a true 302 and the other possible way is I get to put my motor back together with the block if its not a 302
05-22-2008 04:44 PM
chevy350_Camd
Ok

This is the suffix code v1030wy
05-22-2008 04:28 PM
Jmark Do you have any pictures of the one you got? Crank pictures? Only 302 i've ever seen was a good buddy had a correct, numbers matching Z28 302 back in high school. Gray/silver with black stripes, 4 speed, awesome car!
05-22-2008 04:27 PM
machine shop tom Those are low-perf 307/327 heads.

tom
05-22-2008 04:17 PM
chevy350_Camd
Ok

It will be in a little I got to work kk Ill tell u and by the way the heads are 3917293 not 3917298
05-22-2008 03:55 PM
DoubleVision Before I would believe its a 302 and some fool is giving them away, I would want to see the suffix code. It is located on the front passengers deck on the block. Give us the code and we will tell you what you have.
05-22-2008 03:42 PM
barnym17 If they are true 302 engines you need to speak with your parents about what to do I see your age as 15 in your profile.These are worth quite a bit of money to the right people, perhaps enough to put you well on your way to a college education.As stated before 350 blocks are a dime a dozen don't ruin a period correct extremely rare engine for a run of the mill 383.Friend of mine had one in a truck he bought and it was purchased by someone in La. for I think $4000.00 sight unseen, the gentleman even sent a semi after it. He didn't even care if it ran just that all the parts were there.
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