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Hello, I am new to this forum. I recently bought 6 manual transmissions and some bellhousiongs from an old hotrod'er that was selling out. He said there was a top loader in the bunch but I honestly am not sure what all I have. I am more familiar with the 60's-70's trucks. I ran the number on them and this is what I came up with, but wanted to be sure on what I have before letting them go.

3spd: 1965-1966 Mustang 289 HEF CV 024837

4spd: 1963 T10B-1

4spd: 1961 T10B-1

3spd: T85D-1 or T89B-1

3spd w/od: T86E-IN R10F-1B

3spd Top Loader: 1963 HEF-AP C3AR 7006 E 032419

FE Bellhousing: C5TA-7505-B

289 Mustang Bellhousing: C3AA-6394-C Aluminum

2x Aluminum GM Bell: Aluminum GM 3788421

Any help would be greatly appreciated. I'm not even sure what is considered a top loader. 3 of them have top inspection plates. Two have 9 bolts and 1 has 6. All of these will be fore sale if anyone has interest lol. Im located in Clarksburg,
West Virginia. Many more pictures upon request.It will only let me upload so many. Thanks, God Bless!!!
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Ford "top loader" 4 spds have a 10 bolt top cover and those you bought are 9 bolt top cover three speeds/ Sorry. You do have a Falcon ( short one) and Galaxie T10. Which have some value as cores .
 

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Darn lol, that’s ok. What about the one with the overdrive solenoid and the 6 bolt top? It has 3 levers on the side. Is it still considered a 3spd +OD?
 
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