The eeprom chip and the number on the sticker on the plastic air duct elbow have the same numbers on them. Well, they each have a bunch of numbers, but they share a specific number. In this case, 471 4122
One picture is of how it had tape over it to help protect it. I peeled that off, and then got what you see in the other picture. The other T-1 SBEC
-II computers (I have about 5, and 2 are in running cars and a sixth if you count the 1994 FFV computer)
I took these pictures years ago with a crappy camera. I bought this from Cliff Ramsdell 10+ years ago and he got it from another person who was active on the SDML and such back then. The way Cliff made it sound, this person wasn't smart enough to do anything useful or as creative enough to socket this thing.
Its socketed, but it is still a 32-pin chip and 32 pin socket in there. Perhaps the original style. I could, in theory, pluck this 32 pin chip out and shove in a 28 pin
So, how it ended up like this is still a total mystery. I'm guessing it was repaired.