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    Hi Everyone,

    I was wondering where to find the engine serial number on my 1989 Trophy 2459 Offshore?

    Thanks,

    Terry
    The " Jeanne D " is a 1989 2459 Trophy Offshore
    Powered by 5.8L. Member of C.F.B. Esquimalt Power Boat Club
    Victoria, B.C.

    #2
    What engine do you have?
    David
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      #3
      5.0 litre
      ..........
      The " Jeanne D " is a 1989 2459 Trophy Offshore
      Powered by 5.8L. Member of C.F.B. Esquimalt Power Boat Club
      Victoria, B.C.

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        #4
        If I remember correctly, the number is stamped on the port side of the block..You have to get down under the manifolds to see it. If you have a flash light and a mechanics mirror you may be able to see it without all the contorsions. It has been a long time since I looked at one. Your cylinder heads also have numbers too but they not the same as the block. If the engine was a reman, they still put manufacturers number on the block That might be a plate instead of a cast number.
        David
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          #5
          Thank you, I will check these areas. It is the original engine and heads.

          Terry
          The " Jeanne D " is a 1989 2459 Trophy Offshore
          Powered by 5.8L. Member of C.F.B. Esquimalt Power Boat Club
          Victoria, B.C.

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            #6
            "tmd" post=806902 wrote:
            Thank you, I will check these areas. It is the original engine and heads.

            Terry
            Here is another photo of a block number and Mercruiser number. It all depends the year. Mine was port side under, yours may be different.

            [attachment]35762 wrote:
            block-casting-no.jpg[/attachment]
            David
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              #7
              Sorry to sound ignorant, but I just acquired the boat from my dad and it is 3500 miles away. I am unable to get the information from my dad, but one of his friends told me it's a 351 ford 4barrell.
              The " Jeanne D " is a 1989 2459 Trophy Offshore
              Powered by 5.8L. Member of C.F.B. Esquimalt Power Boat Club
              Victoria, B.C.

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                #8
                "tmd" post=807075 wrote:
                Sorry to sound ignorant, but I just acquired the boat from my dad and it is 3500 miles away. I am unable to get the information from my dad, but one of his friends told me it's a 351 ford 4barrell.
                A 351 is a 5.8L. Does anyone know if this year and model had that option? I have the same year and model, and while his was built in FL and mine in WA, I would think they would both have the same 5.0L. Mine's been replaced, but the OP says this engine is original.
                "B on D C", is a 1989 2459 Trophy Offshore HT, OMC 5.7L, Cobra OD, Yamaha 15hp kicker. Lots of toys! I'm no mechanic, just a blue water sailer and woodworker who loves deep sea fishing.
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                Kevin

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                  #9
                  Yup, back in 89 OMC did use Ford 351 5.8
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