Purchased a 56 wagon about two years ago. 200r4 trans behind a crate 350. Has correct tv adapter mounted on carb so that trans shifts into all four gears, which it does. However, nothing electrical hooked up to transmission. Is there a way to determine if it has a lockup converter or perhaps some prior owner installed a nonlock converter. Individual I purchased wagon from had it for over three years with no problems, but did not know anything about the transmission. Both of us have driven the wagon on the highways for over three hours at a time with no problems. Everything works fine, but I am interested in installing a tripower set up. Purchased tv cable system from Bowtie, but after reading their installation procedure and the importance of setting up the transmission correctly, I am concerned with what I really have. I talked to a local transmission shop and they stated that in the 80's many people disconnected the electrical part of the 200r4 tranny so that it would not keep going in and out of gear. He called it hunting for the correct gear. I like attending some of the popular NSRA and Goodguy events and that usually means over three hours of driving time. Not interested in having problems on the highway. Since I am interested in reliability more than anything else, perhaps I should just change over to a 350 transmission. I have used them over the years in previous street rods that I have owned and have never had a problem. Any ideas or suggestions.