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Which Engine Block Plate is Correct for a 351C? I have three different plates.
I’m reinstalling the engine accessories and I have three plates and can’t recall the correct one for a 351C. The engine is a Boss 351 and I wouldn’t know if the plate is different just due to that.

Which one is correct?


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Bottom one is a Manual - better than the others ! LOL (care about date code?)
Thanks Mark, so the other two are for auto trans? I’ve never had an auto trans.

Yes, date codes are good.

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Top left is for a manual BUT that "cut out" isn't the 1971
Only auto I see is upper right
I believe the one wrapped up is actually a commercial/industrial application for the windsor platform, but is useable-at least it looks like the one I have

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"I love my Hookers!" and "Get some Strange" probably have a different connotation to non automotive enthusiasts!
Whichever of the two manual plates you use, make sure the starter location and bolt pattern matches your bellhousing. The small bottom bolts moved around depending on the application.

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