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1964 Buick Riviera with dual quad setup


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As 71GS stated above, you should look for a KX in the area on the illustration for the PRODUCTION CODE NUMBER.  The one in the illustration is MT. That would be for a 1966 401.  The ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER should match your car's VIN.  K is the code for 1964; X is for the dual quad Super Wildcat 425.

 

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2 minutes ago, RivNut said:

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As 71GS stated above, you should look for a KX in the area on the illustration for the PRODUCTION CODE NUMBER.  The one in the illustration is MT. That would be for a 1966 401.  The ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER should match your car's VIN.  K is the code for 1964; X is for the dual quad Super Wildcat 425.

 

That’s a great illustration of it. Thanks Ed👍

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Ed, thanks.  I clean the paint away and then put clear over it.  I know, I know it did not come that way, but easier to read.  The KX 078, is the 078 a sequential number?  Just wondering why not four digits, like 0078, because there were only 2122 of these for 64, 3808 for 65, or maybe they did not know how many were going to be made at the time.

 

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