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Old 03-06-2006, 06:53 AM
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pushbotton shifters

Anyone have any knowledge or experiance with these pushbotton shifters? I saw one at the Riddler show this weekend. I wonder about their durability and how hard they are to install. I know they are $$$.
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Don't know if this is the one you're talking about but Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth and DeSoto used a push button torqueflight from the mid 50's to the mid 60's. No rocket science and it worked very well.
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there is a new electronic shifter produced....

I imagine this mayb the shifter you refer to??
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pushbotton shifters

Thanks guys for the quick responses.. I remember the ole Chrysler pusbotton well. However, like Crosley says Im interested in the new type pushbotton shifters that Barry's Speed shop advertizes. I went to the Riddler car show last weekend and saw a couple of them but no one was around to answer questions about them.
Anyone know how hard they are to install? What kind of durability do they have?
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