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Old 05-22-2008, 03:54 PM
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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.
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MI or MO is the suffix code for '67-'1968 302's DZ in 1969
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ok

Well If its not a 302 Can you tell me what it is cause I want the block for a 383
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Old 05-22-2008, 05:02 PM
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Does anyone have a clue what it is ?
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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
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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!!
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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---
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build that 302 and have alot of fun.
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