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GM casting # 3970010 V0424TJH C5S105398 can you id this engine

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Some one could. Thing is ,Old cars could be swapped on parts. Newer ones , not so much. Way newer ones, forget it. casting means nothing to me. year make and model does...

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I have a GM 350 I can't identify. Casting number is 14093638. Date code is J284. Engine ID is v1117pjf. Engine VIN is CSE131557.Both head casting and date codes are 10110810 L094.


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http://outintheshop.com/faq/casting/castings2.html

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Looking for. Info on gm block 3970010 looking for all origanal


That is just the casting number indicating it might be a 4-bolt main 350. You will need the stamped numbers on the block right in front of the passenger side head.

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What is cast #gm 3970010


In 1968 they made 327's with this casting number but they were only 2 bolt main.

Then from 1969 - 1979 they made 350's with this number and they were either 2 or 4 bolt main.

If it's a 4 bolt main, then you know it's a 350.

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WHAT ENGINE IS IN THIS CAR,


I could not find anything that matched these numbers but behind the valve cover on drivers side is the casting number a 3970010 is a small block 350 .

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How to find out the CID of a 3970010 engine number identification


what is the vehicle that engine is from ? the engine capacity is usually provided on the vehicle registration documents

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I bought a doner truck for parts. In it was what I was lead to believe a 305. The block casting number is 3970010 and the code is k0611cgc. The intake is tb and the number is 14102182. Wasn't able to...


The VIN number should tell you all of that if you use the internet to decipher what letter or number to look for to determine engine size etc

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Just wondering What my engine is out of. i bought it as a 350 Chev but not sure exactly if its a 350 or not. engine number KO314CMJ casting number 3970010


Hey spoofy, that is a good block casting...Chevy used that from 1969-1979. The Vette, Camaro, Chevelle, Nova, Monte Carlo and Trucks all had this engine. If it's a 4 bolt main, the chances it came out of a Vette are very good. The engine number you give does not cross reference.
I hope this helps.

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