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    Help Identifying 67 Case

    I bought a '67 911 that was suppose to have the wrong engine. The engine numbers are shaved from the riser and the type # is missing as well. Is there a way to identify if this is a 67 regular or S without tearing the whole thing down? I found the date stamp still there with 67 in it so I'm pretty confident it's a 67MY.

    What I have so far, not sure if anything can be told from these numbers:
    -case half 970
    -camshaft end # 05
    -cam cover is date stamped 9/66
    -case is a 0R
    -heads K1819b

    Any suggestions or direction is greatly appreciated!

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    05 cams are in later 66 and early 67 Normal motors. Changed to 06 when they realized a 901/05 motor had only 10 hp less that an S with the same exhaust. A fine motor.

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    Thank you 66S! I appreciate the expertise

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