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    Default Need Help Identifying Engine

    Hey guys, complete Willys noob here, but I'm hoping you pros can help me to identify an engine.

    I have a few pics, but if these aren't enough then let me know and I'll take more or i can scrounge around it looking for ID plates or stamps/numbers. I'm just an absolute standstill on IDing this guy.

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    No expert here, either - but your riddle intrigued me so I called my buddy "Google" and I think I may have won the drawing. Check it out - I think you have an F134 there.

    https://www.jeep-cj.com/forums/f2/cj...-rebuild-3439/
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    Hmm...I checked the link. Those other pics are difficult to tel from. His looks rebuilt and all new. :/ Wasn't really much there by way of identifying though. This was my issue. I find a lot of look alikes but no true definitive IDs

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    Yes Willys F134. Look on the boss over the water pump and report back with any numbers.

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    What does the "boss" refer to? Thats a new term for me. :/

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    Flat machined surface facing up.

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    Well that is not a military engine, no big deal. Looks like it is original to the Jeep vehicle it is still mounted to, which appears to be a Jeepster?

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    Well that's a bummer. But you've been very helpful, thanks!!

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    Looked up a Jeepster, and this doesn't look like one. Tub, especially the front fenders are all wrong. The Jeepster looks like the forerunner to the old J- series pickups.
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