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200r4 identification

Hey guys,

I have a GM 200R4 Tranny that i got for a song. I was going to use it in a T-Bucket for it's overdrive. I was going to beef it up with some Grand National parts but i can't find any information on it. The Blue tag is still riveted to the tail shaft it reads:

KC F in big letters and then in smaller letters across the bottom:

316-862KCF 1219

The guy that i got it from suggested that it was from a 1986 Buick Grand National. It has the universal BOPC bell housing and is definitely a 200r4. Any information about it's origin would help. Heck it may already have good parts in there.

Thanks in advance

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tranny I.D.

motor book here id number says KCF to be 1987 v- 8 307 Buick Estate Wagon, v-8 307 caddy Fleetwood Brougham,v-8 307 Chevy Caprice,v-8 307 olds Cutlass Cruiser

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Buick Grand National 86 code (BY) 87(BRF),I'm sure you will have rebuttal on this, but besides valve body and governor the tranny IS the same inside gear train and drums most 200r4 pump's already contain large boost valve's
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