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|Dave91||Hi, stripped my MK1 65 today,(Perkins 4.192 indirect injection)- it has a casting date of 5-6-58 on the gearbox and the only plausible number on the engine is 0280095L does this sound like the engine serial number?
It was found on the left under the injector pump cast into the engine block. I need it as I want to get a number plate as the serial plate is missing.
Thanks for any help,
|GEEBEE||I think that is just a casting number, the serial number will be stamped into a machined area usually just below the head on one side or the other or even at the back of the block above the bellhousing. The perkins book doesn't show the location for the 192.
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