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Looking for some info on the engine in my 84. I purchased from original owner a few months back and have been on a mission to make it a good solid driver. He provided over 10000.00 dollars worth of invoices which shows a new Target Engine part #012531687 installed in 8/1999. My question is this a 350 motor? Thanks
Dan get the casting number from usually behind the driver side head on the block,,
on a newer motor could be on ether side..
that will tell if its a 305 or350..
cant find any specific specs except its a GM crate/counter motor..
you can call the GM dealer and have them look it up..
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