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Check with the Utah Salt Flats Racing Association <http://www.saltflats.com/>. They're the sanctioning body for land speed records at Bonneville. I would hope they keep such records. The US Auto Club (USAC) may be able to help as well.

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Those numbers don't make a lot of sense to me as most R3 engines had a BXXX or Ax designation. There were 4 EXxxxx numbers too! I would urge you to go to the Racing Studebakers website with this post and Alan or Dave Bloomberg might be able to help. There's a discussion there right now about Jet City Studebaker and Corbin Walters/Jim Pepper who designed and built that engine. The PK number was probably a number stamped by Jet City as it does not show on the R3/R4 registry, but interestingly there was a P83516 Block which must have been an early block as it was a 299ci motor.

http://racingstudebakers.com/stl-web/bulle...opic.php?t=1382

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