Re: Engine pad stamp help With pics!
18L = Chevrolet, 1968 model year, Los Angeles, and 304678 is a VIN sequence number.
“ME” is the suffix code for a 1967 or 1968 camaro 327/210 powerglide 2bbl.
V0909 = Flint plant, September 9th
That date would be early-ish production 68 model year, which makes sense given VIN sequence numbers for 68 started at 300001.
If your VIN is:
...then it’s the original engine. You said ‘born with I6’ but if you’re basing that on the cowl tag, sometimes the factory goofed...and the VIN is the one to believe.
ME Is listed in different places as both 1967 and 1968 applications, both 210/2bbl/pg
210hp doesn’t make sense for double-hump heads, but a lot can happen to an engine in 50 years.
Get the casting numbers from the heads...
Pat - 68 Camaro Coupe -
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Last edited by patman2; Aug 27th, 18 at 09:15 PM.