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Classic Mini Engine Identification

naund

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I have what is registered as a 1975 Austin Mini. The original VIN and engine identification plate are gone. I was told when i purchased it, it had a 998 in it. But after looking at it and doing some research, it seems to have a 1275. I believe that it is a 1275A and not an A+. The casting stamp on the head is 12G940 and the distributor is a 41257(25D). From what i can tell this engine is out of a Mini 1275GT, but I am not 100% sure. Is there anything else that I can look at to further identify my engine.
 

DrEntropy

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A) Welcome to the forum.

B) Displacement size should be on the left side of the block, part of the casting. But I suspect you've already seen that.
 
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