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GM chevy small block casting heads number 041

Does anyone know what the marking is on the front of a 041 casting head? and is it a camel back head?

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    locating GM block casting number

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Go to mortec.com it will tell you everything about chev heads the # on the front of the heads is serial # and where it was manufactured

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