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How do you id a motor? Are there serial numbers stamped somewhere? Is it matched to the car vin so you can determine if the car has its original engine? Specifically 64 1/2 and 65.
 

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How do you id a motor? Are there serial numbers stamped somewhere? Is it matched to the car vin so you can determine if the car has its original engine? Specifically 64 1/2 and 65.
How do you id a motor? Are there serial numbers stamped somewhere? Is it matched to the car vin so you can determine if the car has its original engine? Specifically 64 1/2 and 65.
Moderator I just realized I posted this in the wrong section. Can you move it to the Vintage discussion section?
 

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No VIN on the engine in '64.5 and '65 except for the K code 289 HiPo.
All of the major components of the engine will have a code for the day that the component was cast. There will be a code for the day that the engine was assembled stamped into the block.
 

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Do you know where on the block? Also, is it coded?

No VIN on the engine in '64.5 and '65 except for the K code 289 HiPo.
All of the major components of the engine will have a code for the day that the component was cast. There will be a code for the day that the engine was assembled stamped into the block.
 
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