need a slip yoke push button torqueflight trans

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  1. aaqar2

    aaqar2 Well-Known Member

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    Looking for a pushbutton, cable shift torqueflight trans, or big block motor trans combo. Slip yoke only. The closer to GA. the better.
    Thanks.
     
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    aaqar2 Well-Known Member

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    I thought 64 was the cutoff for cable trans.
     
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    64 was the last year for the cable shift with the trunion joint? in 65 they were still cable shift but had a slip yoke instead. they are fairly hard to get. i do have 2 in storage.
     
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    Thanks, I just bought a complete 65 880, 383 auto car, $200, want to clone a cross ram outta the 61 Dodge.
     
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    ive heard redickulious prices on 65 big block slip yoke 727,, super rare,,

    happy hunting
     
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    I don't recall who had parts for them.But there is someone out that is converting pre65 trans to the slip yoke type
     
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