Pistol Grip shifter boot WIW?

1968 -1970 Mopars

  1. 440fish

    440fish Well-Known Member

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    Hope to help someone out if they need one for a restoration. Have a NOS boot. No idea if they are worth much but i sold an original used 70' pistol grip shifter (ebody) on ebay and people went nuts over it.
    I see they are available reproduction but someone may want a real one?

    thanks

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    chargervert FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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    That boot looks like a 70-74 E body,or 71-74 B body shifter boot.
     
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      moparedtn FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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      Agree, looks like for a console?
       
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      flypaper FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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      It is a ebody 3 speed trans boot
      I have the exact same one
       
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      According to Brewers the 3 speed is P/N 2996405 and has a round hole, not a slotted one. My dad bought this as a spare for his 70 Challenger so the ebody comments are probably correct. Looking at the brewers site it is exactly a 70-74 ebody boot. Reproductions are 60 bucks.
       
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      flypaper FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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      that is what the part number is listed for in the Factory parts book.
      mine came in the trunk of a car I bought and I looked up the number myself
      and it is identical to what you have in the pic down to the numbers , slot for shifter ect..

      throw the number in here
      http://www.mymopar.com/index.php?pid=99

      not saying it won't work for a 4 speed
      heck i'm going to use mine in a 71 b bucket console car
      but that is what the part number is listed for in the book.
      last nos boot I bought a couple of years ago
      was for a 71 b bench seat for 125 bucks
       
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      Ok just going off the brewers site.

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      flypaper FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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      I never really looked at that site
      I just took that part number and started digging around
      it could be correct as they superceded numbers and applications
      as time went on.
      for value 125-150 bucks would be my guess..
       
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      Agree. I bet there is some superseding of P/N. Saw some for sale on Ebodys only and it is the same P/N as this one for a 4 speed. Think you are right on value too. Id sell it for less if it helped a project.
       
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      The three speed trans boot looks the same, but the hole for the shifter is round, the one with the rectangular slot is for the pistol grip handle.
       
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