June 19, 2012
May 14, 2014
The short answer is no, that would not be valid on the log book. The engine must have a uniquely identifiable number so that if stolen it can be identified precisely.
There is no reason that such a number would be used, all engines would have a number stamped on them when they left the factory. It has possibly been removed by a previous owner, or perhaps a new set of crank cases purchased by a previous owner were never stamped up.
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