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rrklay
    
I recently purchased a 1967 Dodge R/T. I think I'm screwed. The Vin.# is WS23L71120088.
According to that Vin. It's a 383. There's a 440 in it now. I understand the numbers, but the S which means Special. I know that the 440 was the correct engine. What gives? There was no 383 R/T.
posted: August 2, 2012
 
    
 
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retiredpartsman
    
according to hollander interchange manual the L IS A 440 ..HI PERF ENGINE .383s would have been G & H in the serial # . the S was used on the RT models.
posted:  August 2, 2012
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