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04-08-2013 17:54:45

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Nice article in the current edition of N-news. Thanks Chris. Would like to share how confusing the age of the NAA and hundred series Fords can be!! My recent event of getting two NAA,s left me with one having no SN to be found. I"ll let you guys figure out what year (years) my NAA is. Will give you a couple of clues. The engine has an oil filter that fastens directly to the block. (no adaptor)Was going to give another clue but that would take all of the fun out of it. Well11 it has to ,do with the numbers found on the lift chest, trumpet housing and transmission. That should make it easy.

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Sean in PA

04-09-2013 11:18:24

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 Re: Sounder in N-news in reply to WayneIA, 04-08-2013 17:54:45  
According to John Smith's wonderful web site that is correct.

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Sean in PA

04-08-2013 18:38:34

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 Re: Sounder in N-news in reply to WayneIA, 04-08-2013 17:54:45  
If it has no serial number then it is a mutt and different parts are from different time frames. Having no serial number means that the engine was made after serial number 22238, and the transmission was made on or before serial number 22238.

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04-08-2013 19:16:10

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 Re: Sounder in N-news in reply to Sean in PA, 04-08-2013 18:38:34  
In other words the first NAA with the SN on the transmission was 22239. Correct?

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04-09-2013 13:11:02

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 Re: Sounder in N-news in reply to WayneIA, 04-08-2013 19:16:10  

yep.. i've seen some late engines on early trannies and no sn...

the article looked ok. some of the pic captions and headers / explanations didn't quite translate out as intended.. but it's still an ok read.. :)

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