Where Are the Engine Casting Numbers on a GM Big Block?

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Number matching is a term often used in the collector car industry to describe cars with original major components, or major components such as the engine, transmission, rear-axle assembly, and frame of the car, and many others. General Motors big block engines appear in all GM makes, including Chevrolet, Pontiac, Buick, Oldsmobile, GMC and Cadillac. They are easy to locate, but the casting number's location depends on the GM brand in question for example, Chevrolet big block engine casting numbers are at the rear of the engine block, on the bell housing/transmission mounting flange on the driver's side.
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Chevrolet big block engine casting numbers are at the rear of the engine block, on the Bellhousing/transmission mounting flange on the driver's side. This is also true for GMC trucks
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Drivers side, right in front of the cylinder head, there is a pad on the block, with a series of numbers, starting with 2 letters, usually.
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According to the casting number 10069286, this engine block is from a 1990-1991 vehicle. It is a 454 CID, 4 bolt, Mark IV, short deck engine. The GM crate 502 engines are short deck
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Can you tell us what year your talking about? There are different
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