How to Identify a Ford 427 FE Engine Block?

Answer The Ford 427 c.i.d. FE block is the engine introduced in 1963 as a race-only machine, but Ford could not reasonably mass-produce it. Ford then introduced the 428 Cobra-Jet, a more affordable engine... Read More »

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How to Identify the MGB Engine Block?

The Morris Garage Model B -- or MGB --was introduced in 1962 and continued until 1980. It was a classic, affordable British sports car. The MGB was equipped with a 1,798 cubic-centimeter, inline-fo... Read More »

How to Identify a Big Block Chevrolet Engine?

Chevrolet's big block engines were a staple of the muscle car era, boasting powerful engines such as the 454, 427 and 396-cubic-inch installed in models like the Corvette, Camaro and Chevelle SS. S... Read More »

How to Identify a Serial Number on a Chevy Big Block Engine?

Chevy is as American as baseball and apple pie. The body of a Chevy is easily identifiable by shape, size and select characteristics. Cars such as the Chevy Impala SS, Camaro and Nova all have dist... Read More »

How to Identify a Ford 428 Engine?

The FE series of Ford engines has not been produced since early 1970. FE engines look the same when viewed from the topside, so inspecting the bottom and sides is essential for a positive identific... Read More »