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Help identifying engine, where to look for numbers?

I have been cleaning up my late dads storage and found this engine the other day. Quick glance I didnít see any numbers stamped, so not sure where to look.

Any insight on what year/model it is.
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Search is you answer....the number you are looking for are here look..where is the finger and also where is the circle
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Search is you answer....the number you are looking for are here look..where is the finger and also where is the circle
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Unless it is a 914/6 motor.
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Hi to Oregon..maybe you could show him where the 914/6 number would be ..or??
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914/6 number s located by the thermostat and case breather.
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so, what gives it away as a 911 engine is the oil pressure switch partly covered.the 914/6 has an oil press sending unit in its place.So it is a 911 ..which one, to be continued

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Ok it says 6196145 on the block.
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and the number where the circle is? something like 901/16....?the other number points to 1969 911T

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and the number where the circle is? something like 901/16....?the other number points to 1969 911T

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Ok, other numbers are
901/16
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so here you have it it is 1969 911T...

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