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check the casting # on the driver side rear block ledge between the 2nd and 3rd trans bolt and then the production # stamped in thee pad in front of cyl# 2. the stamping will tell you what it originally came in
 

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those are the notorious double hump heads. they are practically worthless. better send them to me right away. I won't even charge you to take them off your hands. :poke:
 

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im tryn to post a pic of em. just to be sure of what i have. cant figure out how to post a pic on here besides avatar thing lol.
 

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Also on the back where the tranny bolts up to,, is the date codes,, ex; A159,, which would be January-A, 15 is the day and the last is the year,,, Jan 15 1969,, you will have to clean the rear very well to see it though,, Matty man
 

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welcome Cooter :texas:
x2 on the numbers on the block.. post them,, and we can help look them up..
and pull a valve cover and get the casting #s off the heeads also..

for the photos, you can upload them to photobucket, or one of the other sharing sites,,
and then put the link in this thread..
 

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If Keyser dosent like them I could put them on my gocart!....LOL
 

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if they were big block heads, DDD could upgrade his engine hoist!

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