Welcome Topa. According to my book, F0302GF, would have been for a fuel injected engine with the turboglide transmission; assembled at the Flint engine plant, March 2nd, 1957. The GF suffix was also used for '65 283 powerglide engines. If your block does not have side motor mounts, then it would be a '57 engine.
Does the engine have a carb on it now? Is there any evidence it was a fuel injected car?
Don57BA, the number is stamped on a pad on the front passenger side of the block, just below the front of the head.
hello,Thanks! engine is now fitted with carburetors. The number is stamped on the heel of the front of the engine (right side). Some other evidence I have not yet, unfortunately. Should it not also be a number in the rear of the engine that is hard to see? My car is equipped with a power glide. If I have the right information so have the turbo glide oil pan? Reverse gear is at the bottom of the scale on my car. I am very curious about the identity of my car, hoping that at some point find out what it is, it's so important for the value, etc. I hope you will forgive my bad English ..... Sweden greet / Tony