WTB 440 six pack 727 transmission

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    I'm looking for a 440 six pack 727 transmission. If you have one with a part number of PK3410672 please message me with what you have and a price.
     
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    Gee, I learn something every day!
    I never knew there was a 6-pack or "V" Code transmission
    Perhaps a "M" code for a 69 1/2?
    Im sorry, I have no clue
    Good luck in your quest.
     
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    The 69-1/2, 70, & 71 440 six pack 727’s all had different part numbers. I guess they like to make things difficult. Lol

    Thank you for the good luck wishes.
     
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    Expensive but maybe he still has it. Posted On moparts in October 2019

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    Thank you!
     
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    the same part number transmission came in 383's also
    the only way to determine if it came from a 6pk car
    is from the stamped Vin on it
     
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      No 383 had there own transmission part number pk3410667 for 2 barrel carbs and 3410668 for 4 barrel carbs aka hp. 440 have part numbers 3410669 and 3410670 and 440 six pack are part number 3410672, 426 hemi are part number 3410671. The hemi and 440 six pack transmission are different then the 383 and 440, the Internally on hemi and 440 six pack are different and built heavy duty. These part numbers are for 1970 only.
       
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        I should of been more specific as
        I'm not as up as with the 70 stuff as the 69
        for 69 the 093 was used in the 383 hp cars and the 6pk m code cars.
         
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        There you go!
        Thank you
        My 383 was beefed up to Hemi specs (cuz I put a hemi in the bee)
         
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        So:
        Yes, keep looking and be (Bee) patient
        Also try Mopar Collectors guide or go on-line and ask "Tony-Mopar"
         
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        The 6 pack & hemi automatics are rather unique units. The main differences from a standard 727 are; both planetaries are 4 pinion, front clutch is wider, allowing up to 6 clutch discs, kickdown band is much wider, although a regular band could be used, kickdown apply arm ratio is higher, and high performance input shaft (67-up).
         
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