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    63 409/425

    With the motor being built in Dec 62 would that explain the dual point distributor? Are there any other differences between 62 and 63 motors or is my motor considered a 63
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    63 409/425

    I was thinking 63 and didn’t even consider 62,thanks for that. The rear end is a newer 12 bolt 4:11 Eaton posi
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    63 409/425

    I know the trans and rear end are not orig. I didn’t know 63’s did not have a dual point dist. Block casting # is 3830814, date code 355 (QB). Has an X cast on front of block. Head casting # is 3814690. Intake mnfld casting # is 3814881, has 2 new edelbrock 500 carbs. Also has a set of tri-y...
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    63 409/425

    The car has 6500 original miles, orig int, 1 repaint. Pretty nice orig interior 425/409, super t 10 four speed and 12 bolt 4:11 poi’s rear end. After looking it over I think a lot of those 65000 miles got put on a quarter mile at a time. Nice body everything straight
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    63 409/425

    Bought this car with little history. One thing I was told was that the car came out of Ca. Years ago. From there there were two Oregon owners where the car spent 20+ yrs in small muscle car collection. That’s all the info I have. The heads, manifold and dual point distributor are all 1963 h p...
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    63 409/425

    Thanks, Ohio is a long way from Oregon. I’m here looking for any info on whether my block is an over the counter replacement, been decked or did they not I d stamp 63’s I will try and get some Picts up here.
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    63 409/425

    Ermine white. Fawn interior
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