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carby38
    
why would a motor not be stamped,its a 350 4 bolt main,was in 79z28 camaro
trying to find out if its the motor it came out with,I far as I can tell they havent been sanded off or shaved off. 79z28 camaro 350 4 bolt main,do you know of any reason they wouldnt have put the numbers on there
posted: August 18, 2011
 
    
 
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retiredpartsman
    
replacement engines cannot be stamped for unknown applications
posted:  August 18, 2011
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nomadsrule
    
If you can't find the numbers on the pad in front of the block,look directly over the block at the oil filter area.

Sometimes they are stamped there.
posted:  October 31, 2011
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