Casting number is on the back, right hand side of the block just above the starter.
The casting number is on the passenger side of the block.Right above the starter.You may have to remove the starter to see it.
The casting block number indicates that it could have come from a number of vehicles that have a GM 350 small block from 1985 to 1997. Suburban,corvette, camaro, ect. The same block is also used on several marine applications
behind the distrubitor cap Try behind the starter mount location. this is where i find most block castings no.
Not necessarily. It is a 350 V8 used in Chevrolet's from 87-95.
On the lincoln 4.6 lt engine yes you have two freeze plugs in the area of the starter, one exactly above the starter and another above but on the rear side of the block.
I think its on the block above the starter.
You'll have to look at the casting numbers. I'm not sure if its the same on big block but at least on the small blocks it is located on the block above the starter, which is attached to the transmission and is at the rear right side of the engine block. If you can find it, post it on my messageboard and I can decode it for you to tell you the year and size.
According to that block number, it should be a 1980-1985 305 V8. So to answer your question; Any starter for a 1980-1985 Malibu, Camaro, Caprice, or Pickup should be the correct one.
It is above where the starter goes cast on the block.if the motor is in you will have to remove the starter to see the #.
You have to look on the side of the block behind the starter. Use of a mirror and flashlight makes this an easier task to perform.