there should be a numbered stamped on the rear of the engine
Numbers on a coin usually signify the year it was minted.
Sort of. It's in the code that is stamped on an id pad in front of the right head. Once you have all the letters and numbers, go to: http://www.nastyz28.com/decode.php
this page will give year and model type and application for all chev blocks: -MorTec, Inc. Chevy Smallblock V-8 Casting Numbers List- copy and drop this on your browser, then choose - -CHEVY V-8 BLOCK AND HEAD casting numbers-
Typically this refers to the vin number being stamped on the engine block. Almost all Chevrolets had it stamped but a lot of fords and Chryslers did not. Another way to verify if it is numbers matching is the build date of the parts. Often parts have date stamps on them and to have them all match up with the year of the car is important to value on older classics. Almost all new cars have VINs stamped all over them in dozens of places. Engine block, Transmission, glass, body panels. If they do not match the VIN on your title it has been replaced.
USUALLY THE FIRST 2 NUMBERS ON THE 3RD SET OF NUMBERS IS THE YEAR IT WAS MADE ON THE MODEL TYPE CODE STAMPED ON YOUR MOTORusually the first 2 number on the 3rd set of number is the year it was made on the model type code stamped onto your engine
You have to look up the cast numbers on the block to see what year model,there are also cast numbers on the heads, the numbers on the block are behind where the distributor goes in, numbers on the cylinder heads are in the centers on the top in most cases
The expiration date on Geisha canned crab meat should be stamped on the bottom. The date may be printed year first, and may be written as a single block of numbers in the middle of other letters and numbers. Look for a block of text such as "140912" which would indicate that the contents expire in the year 2014, in September (09), on the 12th day (12). This may also be stamped on the label. On some batches you may find the code printed as month, day, year, instead, so the same expiration date may also be written as "091214."
The year would have been helpful as the block numbers do not help me. The 1988 had 150 h.p all the way up to the 195 h.p. in 2006. List the year and I can give you a definite answer.
you need the date code on the side of the block it will be a series of numbers and letters first its the month, then day, then year
Gallgher guitars have been made since 1965. 'They maintain a register of the model number, the serial number, who got the guitar and when it left the shop. All the guitars are documented and the serial numbers are stamped on the neck block, along with the model number. If you email Gallagher see http://www.gallagherguitar.com/ they will tell you what you need to know. www.jedistar.com
The production year is not stamped on a gun. It is the serial number that is used to tell which batch was made in a particular year. Go to: proofhouse.com for listings.
Need to know what year.
I think its stamped on the top...
First of all....absolutely not an original engine for this year. The last year for the 455 was 1976. Do some research and make sure you are actually getting a 455. The block casting codes are stamped by the distributor and the head casting numbers are on the two center exhaust ports. There are plenty of online sites that will help you decode these numbers.
Go here: http://www.cehighperformance.com/c_truck_block_codes.htm
gather all the numbers on the block on a piece of paper and start rummaging through the internet. I've found all sort of Intel about a block if you look hard enough. or you local redneck car parts store will usually have a book. mostly they know by heart cause they got nuthin better to do
Need to KNOW the YEAR of the engine. And what it is in.
serial number and model should be stamped in the the engine block on carburetor side middle or on housing where engine bolts to the transmission.
I have a dodge 318 ci w/ block casting number-4387550-31824 i need to know what year this is
Need to know the year and engine size.
Need to know the make and model of the rifle in order to answer this.