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incom5633
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« on: November 18, 2005, 01:36:21 PM »

 IN RERERANCE TO: 386, 618, 388, 010, BLOCKS.
WERE ALL 69SS SMALL BLOCK ENGINES CAST AND ASSEMBLED IN TONOWANDA. I KNOW Z28 BLOCKS WERE STAMPED AT THE FLINT PLANT. BUT IT SEEMS THAT IVE NEVER SEEN A FLINT STAMPED SS SMALL BLOCK. ALSO WERE ANY OF THESE BLOCKS LISTED CAST AT BOTH PLANTS.
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« Reply #1 on: November 19, 2005, 11:30:45 AM »

All four of those blocks (especially the 010) were VERY common, and were used in virtually all passenger cars and trucks for many years; all were cast at both Flint and Tonawanda in high volume. Can't answer the SS/L-48 question specifically, but 350/300hp engines were made by the millions at both plants, and I can't imagine Tonawanda being the sole source for Camaro L-48 engines. Flint was the sole source for 302's and all Corvette small-blocks, but those were unique low-volume applications.
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