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I bet you guys love the vin questions! I have a 1977 f150 custom and I need to replace the motor. I believe the motor is a 351M but I'm not 100% sure. I have the vin (f14heyc1212) and the casting number on the block (d7tea3b-6h28). I got this truck from a junk yard so I know almost nothing about it. I don't know if the vin is complete (no title). The motor in the truck is a small block. The water inlet is on the block not the intake and there is an M stamped on the drivers side head. I also need a line on a reman long block if anybody knows where to get one. Thanks for the help.
 
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well the Small block term is a chevy thing. you have a 351m/400 i would install a 400 for more power. same as a 351m but with a different crank. i buy my reman engines from www.rebuilt-auto-car-engines.com
 
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ya I'm kinda new to the fords. I apprecate the response. This place looks good the price is right is there too.
 
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valve cover sticker

I have a 1977 f15 custom and the engine has been swapped im trying to find out what it is i found a sticker on the valve cover with a few numbers im hoping someone can tell me what they mean

cbk584aa c60 k
 
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There so little info on a VIN # it doesn't fascinate me.
I am more interested in the rating plate on the door

H stands for 351M

The M stamped on the part is the plant stamp.
It was cast at the Michigan Plant.

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Most plant numbers.

What colour is the sticker ? Do you have a pic ?
 
 
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