motor identify

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dixiepaul
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motor identify

Post by dixiepaul » Thu Sep 19th, 2013 7:20

:?: I have this engine in my 49 can anyone tell me what I have D24-525342, block casting 1119729-15, crank 952068

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Re: motor identify

Post by 194950dj » Fri Sep 20th, 2013 4:22

dixiepaul wrote::?: I have this engine in my 49 can anyone tell me what I have D24-525342, block casting 1119729-15, crank 952068
Well D-24 = Dodge
The Dodge cars from 1946- 1948 parts book fits all with a few changes per years. Motor parts should all be the same.
Plymouth made 49 year model cars for the first part of that year that were the same as 1948.
Later in the year it was a total remake.
Did Dodge do any of the same??

Maybe a little help?

Best,

Doug

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