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Username Post: 350 cu in eng id????        (Topic#353186)
chiefdlf 
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09-26-18 02:44 AM - Post#2747224    

ok you corvette guys im looking at a 1972 350 cu in eng c 3 ....it says on the console 350 370 hp .... the eng stamp next to the vin code ...i cannot find a stamping any place and if endeed it is a 370 hp would that be the LT 1

V1105CKX the zero could be an O

vin # on block is also there



 




junkman104 
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09-26-18 03:51 AM - Post#2747226    
    In response to chiefdlf

Info I found it's a base 200hp 5.7

CKX 350 Base 200 Rochester Q-jet & Turbo Hydra-Matic



 
chiefdlf 
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09-26-18 04:30 AM - Post#2747228    
    In response to junkman104

interesting i guess someone just put the plate in the dash??



 
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09-26-18 04:40 AM - Post#2747230    
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  • chiefdlf Said:
interesting i guess someone just put the plate in the dash??



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10-02-18 06:23 AM - Post#2747690    
    In response to TAT_2

The 1972s were the first to go to the new "net" horsepower ratings. No horsepower rating was shown on the console. The LT-1 was 255 hp that year, last of the solid lifter engines....

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