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Old 09-05-2002, 07:44 AM
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I am collecting parts for a rat rod project. Yesterday I was given a Borg Warner T-10, from bell housing back, flywheel, shifter, everybody is home. It came out of a 64 Impala. A man gave the car to his grandson, but had the tranny changed to an aeromatic so the kid wouldn't kill hisself.
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[quote]Yesterday I was given a Borg Warner T-10, from bell housing back, flywheel, shifter, everybody is home. It came out of a 64 Impala. A man gave the car to his grandson, but had the tranny changed to an aeromatic so the kid wouldn't kill hisself.

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NO! It is complete junk! DO NOT...under any circumstances, either use or discuss this with anyone else.

Please contact me and I will make arrangements to pick it up immediately...

...sheesh...guy gave it to him...lucky dog...

Enjoy it...the Parts Fairy really smiled on you today...
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Old 09-05-2002, 09:32 AM
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The T-10 was about the only four speed available in the early sixties, everybody used them, even AMC. It is a tough tranny that should hold up to anything you put in front of it short of a blown BBC or Hemi. Don't confuse it with a "Super T-10". The Super had an aluminum case and was sold as aftermarket only. I might have a file with transmission ratios by the letter after T-10 on the case. Will try to remember to look for it. All stock applications had a cast iron case, and it is probably the strongest. Gear ratios affect total strength some due to size of gear.
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Old 09-05-2002, 09:37 AM
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I am sure this thing will not go behind anything more than a SB gm with minimal power. I just get confused with M-22's, Rock crushers, M 21's etc. OK Kultulz, I got your four speed! haha
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Old 09-05-2002, 07:23 PM
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"Madd" Which pictures on the hot rod pix were yours? I did`nt see that 57 p.u. there. I too have a 4 speed that was given to me. I know for sure it is a muncie m-something. I was told it was a rock "crucher." Any how i want to sell it but i can`t find out for sure what it is. I have looked for sites that might i.d. this tranny with out any luck.The guy that gave it to me, says it is worth $500.00. Me i dunno!!!! I don`t want to rip any body off or get ripped off when i sell it.
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