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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 02-03-2007, 03:26 PM Thread Starter
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Hey Rayell... IS this the 3 speed fully synchroed you're talking about? If so what is it worth?

Can ANYONE ID this tranny and it's type and car it's from?

Got a floor shifter on it/with it...









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I need a flywheel to fit it if I can use it on my Falcon....

I have a clutch disc but no pressure plate or clutch fork either.....
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That's a 4 speed toploader.
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Gary: This is kinda throwing me.The bell looks like an early V-8 221-260-289 5-bolt, as best as I can see. The trans case seems to be C-5AS? Most of them end in R or Z. The Falcon, Fairlane and Comet V8s have C-5-OZ . The big cars had C5AZ for the 289s and C5AR for the FEs. IIRC. Bo you have the tag that was attached to the tranny? If so post it. Also let me know if that is an S on the case. Could be a 289 Hipo? I will check.

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A starter wouldn't mount that high in a V8 application. I'll bet it's from an inline six.
A 4 speed toploader? Heheheh. I didn't know you were supposed to count reverse!
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Brian, you might be right, but it looks just like the 1964 289 bellhousing I have in my shop. Just went and looked.

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Toploader and maybe the bell is upside down, but check this link out.

http://www.mustangsandmore.com/ubb/F...ML/006216.html

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4 speed? Will this early bell fit my 200? IF not... WHat kind of adaptor do I need?

Is this tranny worth anything?

The Bell housing #'s are C7ZA-6394-A It's got 4 bolt holes.
The trany say's:
C5AR
7008 (large) "B"
Date Cast 7D18 I think...

What do ya got for me?


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I take it that this won't fit in my Falcon then....?
It's only about 2 inches longer in the body than the mustang 3 speed, but the tail shaft is 2 inches shorter so it's the exact same length as the little 3 spd.

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Gary, it's from a '67 or '68 Mustang w/ a 289. Here is a good link. And yes, it is not a 4 speed, but a 3 speed where you wish you had that extra gear.

http://www.davidkeetoploaders.com/3speedidchart.htm

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I knew it wasn't a 4 speed... there are only 2 shift levers and the 4 speed I bought for my brothers 66 stang has 3...

Can I make this work behind my 200? THe starter is in the correct position and the bell fits this tranny..... Will the bell fit my block?
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Gary, According to Hollander Interchange it is a 390cid overdrive tranny. Ilooked at the pictures again and see a hole on the left side for the governor. There should be a hole on the right side for the electric solonoid.. Let me know if it is there. Damn, I going blind looking The hole i where the speedo cable goes in. Been reading the book to much. The C5Ar threw me off. My hollander does not go past 1965.

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Here are the pics of all sides... I'm thinking it's a stang 3 speed...







And the little 3 speed I got with it...



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You are right You posted the tag while I was looking at the Interchange. It's strange as hell that the 390 OD number is the same number, according to them.

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