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Username Post: Identification of block        (Topic#307196)
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Reg: 01-16-14
01-16-14 03:28 PM - Post#2417374    

I just purchased a 1936 ton & a half Chevy truck . The seriel # on the block is GAM 142840
Can anyone tell me what size motor this is , It's not a 207...looks like one but about an inch longer. Thanks for you help. Walker


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01-18-14 10:05 PM - Post#2418016    
    In response to walker1936

Your truck has had a 1949 216 passenger car engine swapped into it.

You are presently in the 1912-28 passenger car forum. Please post any future questions about this truck in the 1917-59 truck forum. I will ask the moderator to move this thread there.


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