1963 PLYMOUTH 4 SPEED DASH PICTURE

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And before the BW was some French built four speed that Chrysler use if I remember.
I have 2 63 Plymouth Belvedere manual trans gauge clusters but they aren't in great shape.
One someone cut to put aftermarket gauges in where the blank non push buttons was.
The other the heater buttons were blocked off and has chips in the plastic.
 

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Not true. In 62 and 63 youcould get a 4-speed transmission but it was a T-10 transmission manufactured by Borg-Warner and not New Process Gear (Mopar).

Edited, by the time that I posted this I see that this was addressed minutes before I poste.

No code listed for 1962. 1962 doesn't even list a 3 speed floor shift, just the column. 1963 lists the 4 speed T10 floor shift. 3 speed column or floor.

I did read an article years ago about the T10 being used in 1963. Very rare to see one. The A833 was a hit in 1964.
 

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Original unrestored 62 ordered with the Borg-Warner T-85 three-speed floor shift.

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