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You definitely have a 351C w/ obviously 4 bolt mains. As far as I know the only difference between a 351C and a 351CJ was the CJ came with a different intake & spread-bore carb. I just checked my 351CJ block and it has the same numbers as yours. I have owned this car/engine since 1977. That being said the 351C and 351CJ are not Boss 351 engines. The Boss 351 had solid lifters, shot-peened & magnafluxed rods.
I don't think Ford did the numbers matching thing to the extent of GM and maybe others.
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