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From: Cave Junction,Or.
Registered: Nov 2002

posted 11-10-2002 02:12 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Desertrat_1960   Click Here to Email Desertrat_1960     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Hey All,Steve"The Desertrat"here tryin to envade you Gray Matter.I have a 65'Coupe with 6 cyl.200.Manual 3spd.Now for the good stuff-My buddy has replaced the original 3spd.Non-Syncro with a later date 3spd.syncro and has built a Jam-Up adaptor plate due to the wider pattern of this year.
(have not found the p/n# still in car and filthy!)67-68?,from 250-6 maybe?It shifts great so I assume he also fabbed pilot brng.
He is a Master Machinist and is amazing when it comes to metal working,However,not
up on what it takes to keep a Classic like this Sittin Purdy.My MAJOR GRIPE (Awww Wah)
is that with this plate I can't use my Center Console.Is there a Bell Housing available to properly fit this Tranny to the 200-6? Cruze On ."The Desertrat"

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