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Timing specs for 1970 280se

I'm currently trying to find the timing specs for the 1970 280se,if any one has them,can you please post them ,if you can email them let me know.
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There should be a small plate or sticker (can't remember) on the frame in front of your radiator. This will give you the static timing. If it is a m130 fuel injected 6cyl, it should be either 4 or 8 degrees after TDC. Other than that, it's a good idea to buy a Haynes Manual.
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There should be a small plate or sticker (can't remember) on the frame in front of your radiator. This will give you the static timing. If it is a m130 fuel injected 6cyl, it should be either 4 or 8 degrees after TDC. Other than that, it's a good idea to buy a Haynes Manual.
I looked around in the engine but did not see,but i also did no look there either i was told it would be on the right fender side in the engine compartment but i guess i was told wrong i went to my local kragens but they did not have one it stock but there store like 10 miles away did i just haven got over there yet.The car has not been started in 3 years, but has been sitting for about 7-8
is there any parts you could think of that would be the most common to go out first,my guess would be the fuel pump or alternator,any info is greatly appreciated. Oh yea thank you for the timing info that really helped.
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