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trans. identification

I have a trans that im unsure if its original to the car or not , the shifter indicator has green dots. indicting it was a green dot trans.
but the engine was not original to the car so im kinda hoping that its a regular c4 trans and not the green dot trans , because im pairing it with a 351 Cleveland for performance.
the only two casting numbers that i can find is 7a040a and 65ap-7006b
if these are not any way to make this determination then please some one help me figure this trans out and tell me a way to figure it out.

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Transmission Information.

If you go to this post it has a picture id of all the ford trans by filter and shape of pan.

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I'm not a Ford guy, so the #'s don't mean anything to me. Someone may know how to ID it ex or internally tho'.
A while back there was a Thread about the Green dot Valvebody, try doing a search here.
May help >>
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