Tranmission ID needed

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Ryan_M
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Tranmission ID needed

Post by Ryan_M » Thu Nov 20, 2014 7:45 am

My apologies if this is the wrong category to post this question. Admins, please move or delete if need be.

I'm looking for some help ID'ing these transmissions I dragged home.. They are NOS in the crates. I opened two of them this week. Pretty cool when the casting date on the housing is 6/28/54 and the handwritten packing tag is dated 9/2/54.

I've been searching the web but am coming up short. Maybe an early '50's Plymouth or Buick? Any ideas???


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Utah GPW
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Re: Tranmission ID needed

Post by Utah GPW » Thu Nov 20, 2014 1:20 pm

My guess would be Chevrolet. Its set up for a Torque Tube closed drive shaft.

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Re: Tranmission ID needed

Post by RedArrow2016 » Fri Oct 26, 2018 10:19 pm

Do you still have these yet by chance??
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