Here's what I got. I purchased a few 327 engines while searching for a 327 "driver mill" for my '66 and I purchased a 1963 Corvette engine that I would like to sell. I am listing this engine as a short block as it has later model heads and an aftermarket aluminum carbureted intake manifold.
Here's the info that I have :
Engine Casting #3782870
Nice stamp pad deck as follows : 3105819 F1121 RF (K162 Build Date) November 1962
This would be a great engine to build for a November through February built Corvette. Please take a good look at the photos, the engine has not been run in awhile so expect a rebuild. If you have a '63 Corvette roadster or split window coupe with the VIN 05819 this could be your lucky day ...
I have since removed the oil pan and found that rod #1 has come loose at one time (this is how I purchased the engine, unknowingly) and have therefore reduced the price and am therefore representing this engine as a 360 FI RF shortblock (of course, the buyer gets the engine with the incorrect heads and intake manifold, the Corvette script valve covers and carburetor are not included in the sale (I just wanted to give a good idea of how it would look with the correct Corvette parts).
Price: $950.00 or best offer, the buyer is responsible for shipping but I can deliver the engine on a pallet to your shipper in Oklahoma City, that will save you some money. Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
for more info and photos.