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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old Feb 14th, 19, 5:33 PM Thread Starter
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1967 Chevelle Malibu 283 code

Hi, I have a 283 engine and I'm trying to figure out my engine stamp. My block casting# is within the time period but I'm checking to see if it's original to the car. My engine stamp is T062IDE. I can't find any information on the IDE part. It's a i not a 1. Can anyone help me with this.
Also if anyone has seen my earlier posts I did rebuild the engine. Photos coming soon of the rebuild.
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old Feb 14th, 19, 5:50 PM
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Re: 1967 Chevelle Malibu 283 code

That number is T062-one-DE. which is June 21st.
They used an I stamp instead of a 1.


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Re: 1967 Chevelle Malibu 283 code

Plus "DE" is a 283 Powerglide engine assembly from "T" Tonawanda.

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Thanks, I will have to guess that since it doesn't have a matching Vin# that it could not be original. I read something about the government starting their VIN number process 67-68, could that be why it doesn't have a VIN number?

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Re: 1967 Chevelle Malibu 283 code

some of the early cars didn't have a VIN on the engine, unless it was a performance engine. Someone will correct me if I'm wrong!!

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some of the early cars didn't have a VIN on the engine, unless it was a performance engine. Someone will correct me if I'm wrong!!
You are correct, Leo. '66-'67 283's didn't get a VIN stamp.

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Re: 1967 Chevelle Malibu 283 code

[QUOTE=spinshop;11029638]That number is T062-one-DE. which is June 21st.
They used an I stamp instead of a 1.[/QUOTe


The I is correct used as 1. What is the build date on your trim tag?
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Looks to me like you are good to go! Post some pictures of the car -- don't see Tahoe Turquoise Malibus all that often!

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Still working on a few things, but so far everything is original. It's nice to find everything as it was. Hopefully I will be able to keep it that way. Working on the back package and rear window.Click image for larger version

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A few more. When I first started coming to this site, the best advice I got, was to clean, clean and clean. Hopefully one day I can restore, but for now I'm going to just get it on the road and drive...
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Re: 1967 Chevelle Malibu 283 code

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Thanks, I will have to guess that since it doesn't have a matching Vin# that it could not be original. I read something about the government starting their VIN number process 67-68, could that be why it doesn't have a VIN number?
from 1960 to 1967 only Corvette engines and any engine with more then 300 advertised hp got the vin stamp. starting for the 68 model year ALL engines got the vin stamp

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