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I'm trying to figure out how much of my 69 is original. The car is a 350 4 spd with console and gage package on the console. The taillights are, I believe, RS type with the horizontal divider. The cowl tag info is as follows...

ST69 12437 NOR363003 BDY
TR711 7979 PNT
06A X44

The VIN number is 124379N662578

Some of the other numbers I've been able to find are...

Engine Stamp VJ063800
Transmission 3851325
Rear GM 53 3894859NI
Bell Housing 3858903

If someone can help, I'd appreciate it. I'm finding it a little confusing to figure it all out. Thank you.

Bob
 

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Perhaps the least valuable in the scheme of things, but don't let that bother you. There are plenty of folks that would give good money if the car is nice. My '69 is an X44 and only rates in the driver category but still has the admirers asking if I’d sell it. Hang around this site for a while and you'll soon be able to judge for yourself.
 

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Kurt - I just double checked the stamped number and it does appear to be VJ063800. This is on the machined surface on the front passenger side. Another thing is that the plugs are Delco R45TS which are the tapered type without the sealing ring. Someone told me that this type of plug was not used until 1970 - of course this is the head and not the block...
 

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So, 20 years before you owned the car, I owned it. And now its 20 years later and I’m just finding this post. So, yes, the car was green, had a 230 straight 6, and 1 wheel drive. I painted it black, dropped in a built 350, added the Muncie 4-spd and a 10-bolt posi rear. A set of Craiger SS’s finished it off and she was a beauty. Miss that car. Where is she now?
 
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