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Old 07-22-2003, 11:51 AM
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My 1953 chevy has a sbc engine it and I'm not sure what it is. I can't find my Book's and was wondering if someone else might help. The first numbers are 14S113066/small stamping and he second set of numbers are V0910CMR/large stamping. The oil pan has the dipstick tube on the driverside going into the oil pan instead of the block so I am not sure what I have here. I was told an older 350sbc possable a 300hp 350sbc from a Monte Carto but I don't know for sure, can someone help with this??



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Old 07-22-2003, 12:44 PM
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tm454,,,i get V0910CMR = V= flint plant 09=Setpember 10= 10 day of September and CMR is 1974 350cid .
14S113066 = 1= chevrolet 4=1974 S= ramos arizpe and 113066 is the sequence number,,,,hope this helped ya,,,
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Thanks guys. What with the dipstick going into the oil pan instead of the block? The block dosn't appear to be plugged? Thanks.


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