This is the Type 1 model year 1966 1300 cc engine.
1966 1300 eng
Need to know what type engine are you asking about, a newer VW? You can call a VW dealership and get an answer.
This was the late 1970 to 1972 1600 cc engine.
Look for two letters in front of this number to identify this engine successfully.
1970 , 1600cc
a CB engine is from a 72-73 VW Bus.
70-72 1600 dual port
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That arrangement of numbers is the typical format for a VW part number. IIRC, that particular part number is for the engine block.
It is more than likely a 68' engine. My own 68 has an "H" engine code.
Hi,,assuming this is a VW BUS engine number, it`s a 1965,1500cc (44hp).CHEERS
That will be a 1974 model year 1600 cc engine.
your missing a number but all AE motor were 71 72 &73
I am pretty sure its a 1973 1600 twin port engine hope that helps cheers G
probably 1955 http://www.thesamba.com/vw/archives/info/bugchassisdating.php
The numbers vary from one engine to the next. Varies with model year and displacement and European or US.
That would be a model year 1967 1500 cc engine.
This would be a 1600 cc engine from model year 1974 to early 1975.
That would be a 1970 Vw Beetle engine. It had dual oil pressure reliefs and single port heads. Not a bad engine for a baja IMO.
Vw golf gti ...1986 1.8 engine, k-jet not digifant. Also its the hydro lifter not solid :)
the AS engine could be from a number of years I'm afraid- it's a 1600 from August 1973 to the end of production- 1979 i think.AnswerAS41 isn't an engine number. It's the magnesium alloy your engine case was cast from. Volkswagen changed to the improved AS21 alloy in 1975--it was introduced when VW put fuel injection on the Bug engine. So...if you've got an AS41 case, it could have come out of just about any year car.
The third number of the serial number is the year it was made.
I have a Golf GTI 16V KR Engine Its number is KR 1288403 Can someone tell me what year it was manufactured?
1967 through 1969.