1987 dodge ram 318 leaking a lot of coolant?

Ok my dodge ram leaks about a full radiator full of water in about 200 miles. I dont drive the truck much but anyways. The leak is from the rear of the motor. With the engine running and me on the ground
drivers side, I see it coming from the very rear up high about the middle of the motor (valve cover area). Any place in general I should be looking? I know these things are prone to freeze plug leaks in the bell shousing , but if I see the water there I know its not a freeze plug. Intake manifold coolant cooled? I really dont know a lot about dodge's in general, hell I have never stripped a piston engine. i have done a TON of rotaries, but no piston motors. Although Im well versed around the outside of motors tho. Anyways, and ideas? Anyone have something similar to share?
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Starting in 1985 Dodge small blocks got water cooled intake manifolds to fight the infamous exhaust crossover blockage. I'm surprised a guy with little knowledge of Dodge engines knows about that.
My '93 360 Ramcharger developed a similar leak that turned out to be a leaking head gasket.
I really dont know a lot about

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Yeah Im gonna have to dig in to it here soon. I need a truck and not one thats costing me a fortune in collant.
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have you checked the freeze plugs?
Ted

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