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c408-80150
thanks a bunch guys
and please tell me its a 289
 

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If I am correct, that engine is a 289 from a 1964. Could you recheck the last digit because I believe that should be a letter.

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wouldn't that be a 260? or did the 289 come out in late 64? I'll check tomorrow in my books.hmmm.

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C4OB-80150
Boy that's an odd number
Engine castings are 6015 did you get this from an engine block?

Check it again and you might find that the "B" is an "E", the "8" is a "6" and the "0" at the end is a "D"?

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The casting number provided is no a engine block casting number (80150) 6015 were used for that purpose

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Check your numbers again closely. I believe your numbers will read C4OE-6015 C, which is a 1964 289 V8 block casting number.

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