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My question regards these strange numbers on the cowl tag. I don't know the details of the cowl off hand, so I will just fill in what I can't remember. I just want to know what the 350/350 stands for?

ST70 13637 R38866BDY
TR771 75 75 PNT
04A 04271 R

350/350


what does that 350/350 stand for??? all the other numbers in the cowl I made up, so don't critique them. This car is an "SS" car that was made in Arlington, Texas. The only thing that I could think of was that it stands for 350 engine with 350 turbo, but that isn't possible on a '70 SS. The numbers are positioned a little below the rest of the cowl numbers. Does anyone know?
 

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I have been developing some software to decode 64-72 chevelles and have looked at every cowl tag I can at Super Chevy and all the local shows (Dallas) and have never seen the 350/350.

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I have never seen the 350/350 on another cowl tag either! I wonder if Arlington Plant had some certain specifications on some of the '70 chevelles and then switched? I will get all of the exact details for the car and maybe that will help some. Someone out there has to have a similar number in that area of the cowl tag!
 
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