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Hi, I was told the original owner blew up the factory LS-6 and GM warranteed it with a replacement motor. the numbers are CEOA59528 can anyone verify these #s of what it is? it is suppose to be an LS-6. Thanks... oh, its a 70ss
 

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Your not giong to tell what it is from those numbers.
The CE is just what you wrote -it's a Chevy Engine from the parts counter.

Note: CODE CE was used from 1968 to current year. It represents any CID and is used to indicate a Warranty Engine.
VF292800 - is an example of a over the counter crate engine. "2800" is the last 4 digits of the GM part # for the crate engine assembly. The final digit could be a year code.
Another example: A Targetmaster engine (p/n 14009800) built in 1985 could have a code stamped as follows:
A0198005 (A = january, 01, 9800 = pn, 5 = 1985).
 

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What is the casting number on the rear of the block upper flange. If you'd have done a search, this question comes up all the time. Good luck with your car.
 
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