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I am the new kid on this block so dont beat me up too bad, LOL.  I am trying to replace my Chevy II eng block with any block (194,230) that works. The right blocks need to be for the CHEVY II's being the dip stick hole needs to be just right behind the distributor for usage of the center sump oil pans, ** I would like to know how many engines fit this bill ** I have found 3 eng's  casting #'s 3782858, 3788378, 3833057 only so far and would like to know if there is more eng's with different casting #'s that will  **FIT** the Chevy II's eng bay correctly. Numbers please.  Thanks in advance, Marvin194 2.jpg 



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Marvin,

Welcome......OK? I understand the question. But what are you attempting to do? What is your goal? Are you just wanting to educate yourself? Get yourself a Chevy V-8 Engine Casting Numbers book. Changing L6 engines? Why not a SBC?

www.amazon.com/Catalog-Casting-Numbers-1955-1993-Matching/dp/1880524139/ref=sr_1_2/191-8365667-2582155

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Marvin,

Welcome......OK? I understand the question. But what are you attempting to do? What is your goal? Are you just wanting to educate yourself? Get yourself a Chevy V-8 Engine Casting Numbers book. Changing L6 engines? Why not a SBC?

www.amazon.com/Catalog-Casting-Numbers-1955-1993-Matching/dp/1880524139/ref=sr_1_2/191-8365667-2582155

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 I am trying to find a 194 or 230 block for my 64 Chevy II 3 on the tree car to rebuild & re install it. I dont want a V8 just want the 6 back.  I need the casting numbers for Chevy II's ONLY



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I saw a few on Craigslist for sale this week.....but I cannot remember what state they where in? I will look again.

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I am looking for Chevy II casting numbers only for 194 & 230 blocks.

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3782856 Chevrolet 194 1962 – 67
3782858 Chevrolet 194 1962 – 67
3879875 Chevrolet 194 1962 – 70
3921967 Chevrolet 230 1964 – 69
3788406 Chevrolet 230 1962 – 69
3855991 Chevrolet 230 1963 – 70
3877178 Chevrolet / Buick / Oldsmobile / Pontiac / GMC 230, 250 1962 – 78
3921968 Chevrolet / Oldsmobile 230, 250 1964 – 76

This is all I come up with.

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i'm sure i read somewhere confuse that you can redrill the dipstick tube hole to suit the chevy II pan 

 



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I have a '66 chevy 2 that has a later 250 rear sump engine in it. Seems to fit ok. I have a book on 6 cyl engines I'll dig it out and have a look. It has all the casting numbers for 194/ 230/250/292 and 215 pontiac l6 blocks .

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I have a '66 chevy 2 that has a later 250 rear sump engine in it. Seems to fit ok. I have a book on 6 cyl engines I'll dig it out and have a look. It has all the casting numbers for 194/ 230/250/292 and 215 pontiac l6 blocks .


 That would be great and could you give the name of that book or post a picture of it here, Thanks



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Yep. I'll dig it out. Good book for hot rodding ideas and builds from mild to all out drag racing and circle track.

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Marvin, Welcome to our site. Great bunch of fellas here, and great post cars too. Any photos of your Chevy II?

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Thanks for the Hi De Ho fellow 2 door post man, LOL .  Here is a pic taken a long time ago of my II. Its been in storage also for a long time, doesn't look any much different today other than it has Chrome Steel Keystone Center Line's with a yellow/ goldesh Anodized center area.



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Cool Chevy II

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i'm sure i read somewhere confuse that you can redrill the dipstick tube hole to suit the chevy II pan 

 


 Dave thanks for the input but to "redrill would mean there is already a hole there and you would drill that hole to a larger size. Yes I can drill a new hole as the back sump blocks have the right blank spot in the correct location for a center sump oil pan. LOL  just having a little fun here Dave, dont get mad I am German and we like too also kid around from time to time. Just saying.



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Yep. I'll dig it out. Good book for hot rodding ideas and builds from mild to all out drag racing and circle track.


 Thanks Rob, you can PM me also & I give you my Email address, thanks,Marvin



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We love to Kid around Marvin

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Cool Chevy II

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 Thanks Dan



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