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09-19-2016 11:54 AM
Andrew Jim, you check with Larry Jr at APE? 925-200-1998.
Andrew
09-19-2016 11:51 AM
Alex Jim,

I have a NOS unnumbered 00548-type block but that's being saved for a future project. I also have another really good used block that has been sitting fully submerged in a barrel of heating oil for years (I looked at it earlier this summer and was amazed at how good it looked) but I imagine that not only would the shipping be expensive, but the residual fumes would probably set off the detectors before it even reached the aircraft

Have you tried Keith Goring?

Alex.
09-19-2016 07:02 AM
VeloceSA Jim,
Please excuse my dyslexic post!
Nick.
09-18-2016 02:37 PM
Andrew I have a fair number of 10548 engine numbers on early 1750 Berlinas here, for reference: http://berlinaregister.com/berlina.pdf

Andrew
09-18-2016 01:09 PM
papajam Good question, Frank!
This engine is destined for a 10544 GTV with a chassis number of less than 2700. Combine this 2700 with all of the Berlinas and Spiders built through Feb 1968, the date this GTV was built, the though that an engine number less than 10,000 would be as close to a factory installed engine as one could get (numbers wise anyway).
09-18-2016 09:37 AM
flivesay Jim

Just curious where the under 10k number for a 68 comes from. I have access to 3 68s verified by Marco. My 68 1750 spider has engine 00548 00503. My 2 owner 68 GTV has 00548 18934 and a friends 68 GTV has 00548 36734. Both GTVs were delivered to Frankfurt and the spider delivered to Canada.
09-16-2016 01:23 PM
VeloceSA
548's

Jim,
I have 548 93475 ( bare block) and 548 95424 ( complete engine) that I was keeping for a future project! Might consider letting one go, shipping from s.a will be pricey though...........
Nick.
09-16-2016 08:18 AM
AlfistiSA I have the word out on this end Jim, thus far all Series II blocks with numbers above 10 000

Ciao
Greig
09-16-2016 08:04 AM
papajam Still looking.

@Alex @alfa2go @AlfistiSA @concept 101 @spiderserie4
09-12-2016 10:20 AM
kengta Jim, email sent

Ken
09-12-2016 10:20 AM
kengta
Quote:
Originally Posted by 101/105guy View Post
Numbers should look like this for a euro block....
Hi, What you show is not a 548 carburetor block, as it is stamped 00551. 00551 should be for a 1750 FI block. See attached picture of a 548 block.

1750 blocks were also stamped on the engine exhaust side bell house flange.

Regards

Ken
09-11-2016 03:46 PM
papajam Thanks for the reply, kimicar!
Could you please send some pics, including the engine number, to jim AT superiorpowder DOT com? Thanks a bunch!

Marc,
Sending you an email.
09-11-2016 02:11 PM
Il Mito
1750 Engine

Hi,

Have you found your engine? (pls. email me at [email protected])

Thanks,

Marc
09-11-2016 07:17 AM
kimicar think I have pretty much what you want, a euro series 1 1750 block with main caps and an early style crank located in Baltimore ,
09-10-2016 02:17 PM
101/105guy Numbers should look like this for a euro block....
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