|01-30-2008 02:32 PM|
The part number on the mounting plate is 1950037. I have attached a couple of pictures also. I bought this back in '85 for my '68 camaro. At the time it had a saginaw transmission in it but I was going to put a M21 in it. I had just bought the car. It was in grey primer with a freshly rebuit 327. I was going to paint the car Lincoln Silver Blue Metallic when I came back from boot camp. Anyway, that never happened. I went into the Navy 5 months later.During the time as was in boot camp my brother managed to get the car started and unfortunately took the car out on the road an totaled it. I salvaged everything I could, the shifter was one of the things, my brother was one of the others. Anyway, the shifter has been in a box for years, and I am selling it on ebay as we speak. I have an El Camino now that is running an automatic so I have no need for the 4-speed shifter.
Thanks for the help,
|01-30-2008 05:11 AM|
The shifter will work, you may need to get a different adapter plate that the shifter bolts to. It all depends on what plate the shifter has with it now. Can you post a picture???
Also if you have the rods they may be be ok,if not when you buy them order them for the T-10.
|01-29-2008 10:05 PM|
As I recall those were a universal fit deal that bolted to the trans using the bolts that hold the tailshaft on. Should work..
takes a bit of fiddling to get one mounted and adjusted but well worth it..i take it the one you have is NIB..
|01-29-2008 09:20 PM|
Hurst 4-Speed Shifter Question
Does anyone know if a Hurst 4-Speed Supershifter--with reverse lockout--purchased brand new in 1985 with the following patent numbers on the side;
3216274, 3306126 and additional numbers 0043 and 4910002C will bolt to a Super T-10 transmission?
Any and all responces are greatly appreciated.