1967 and Later California Engines Codes

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  1. BinderBookie

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    Looking to discover some components codes for engines delivered to California. They can be found on the LST in the 120XXX or 121XXX range (See example). I have found a few stray numbers that I cannot find in the few LSTs I have on Scouts delivered to California. I am especially interested in 800, 800A and 800B codes, as things seemed more convoluted in that era. This one is an 800A with a 6-232, code 12006, which is the only code seen for that engine. A 4-196 engine in that era could have 120115, or 120116. Many thanks.

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    Our 69 800A was delivered to Johnson’s in Riverside, CA

    304 with what looks like 121029601A0. Kind of a squiggly line in the third “1” position so not sure on that.

    LST in first post here: Daughter/Father Build ’69 800A

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    That's a familiar one... V-304 (no bloody A) with emissions. Thanks!
     
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    Late 1970 build 800B w/ 304A has 12099, (as also listed in the 800A,B parts book). Probably was sent to Oakland, but the full LST copy is put away so I can't check now.
     
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    Thanks. Another familiar one. The parts books were enlightening in this regard.
     
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    I attached a few that I quickly found Jim in my LST file. I could go thru my LST's in more depth and probably find more for you.
     

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    Thanks much, Jeff! So far these line up exactly with my "cheat sheet" I was digging through my own LST collection (thousands) to confirm codes and found I didn't have many that were sold in California with California emissions. Later in the Scout II they had engine codes and separate emission codes, so you can figure this out. In the 800/800A/B era, they didn't but it looks like they had the 12102 V-304 engine going to CA (with emissions) and the 12099 V-304A as the Federal engine.
     
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    Some more for you to look at Jim. I probably have more.
     

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    Very helpful, Jeff, thanks. It's all tracking! They later developed emissions engines but also used a standard HC engine code but added a separate emissions package code to it. Though I saw those emissions codes in the parts books, I wasn't seeing them on LSTs because most of my examples were Federal Scouts. Now I see how they were used. Each type of engine had a separate emission code, the exception being the 6-232 and 6-258 which came emissions certified. 50 states, I believe. I guess my Scout-nurdiness is showing ("Scurdiness" ( : < )
     
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    Jim;
    are you going to go to the next step and collect the carburetor list numbers and the emissions routing labels associated with the specific engine/emission packages? :detective:
     
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    Our 68 800 came with a 266, code 12092 with engine number 642434. It was delivered to Fresno via Oakland.

    Are you up on paint codes.? Mine says paint chart 1135 4298G0 4274298 but right now it has a yellow Earl Scheib overcoat. I think it was originally a copper toned brown or tan similar to the one Lewis drove in "Deliverance"
     
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    4298GO is Apache Gold, which appeared in the '65 MY and was mostly intended to be one of the four Champagne Series color choices., but could be ordered on any Scout. It lasted through '68. "113S" is the Paint Instruction Code. the "4274298" is a strange notation, the purpose of which I do not know, but it combines the axle ratio with the paint code.
     
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    "Bloody A", please explain for those of us not so well informed.
     
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    Montgomery Scott finds himself aboard the Enterprise D, a man out of time. Three sheets to the wind, he goes to a holodeck to finish up his bottle on a recreation of the original Enterprise bridge. He orders the computer to show him the Enterprise...

    Computer: "There have been five Federation starships by that name. Please specify by registry number."

    Scotty: "N-C-C-1-7-0-1. No bloody A, B, C ,or D."

     
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