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what year engin

hope somebody can tell me what year and size the block is its in a 1970 911t carbed, owner does not know the numbers are 615858 thanks Karl
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The engine number looks consistent with the right period. If it is the original engine (I don't have the Red Book handy, maybe someone here does), it should be a 2.2L engine in a 1970 911. Visually, it should have Zenith carbs and a black engine shroud although those are all bolt-on bits and could be fairly easily changed.
The '70 911T engine was 125Hp in US spec.
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You are missing a number. It should be a 7 digit numbers, so depending which digit is missing it would vary. ie:

6195858 = 1969 911T 901/16 US

6105858 = 1970 911T 911/08 US Sporto

6115858 = 1971 911T 911/07 US

6135858 = 1973 911T 911/91 US CIS

and so on. So get that missing digit or the engine type:911/xx
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