Join Date: Sep 2000
Location: Washington, Michigan USA
Part #'s came from the Assembly Instruction Manual ($20 from any of the parts houses) - nobody should be without one. The 1969 factory-installed Hurst shifter didn't have a bolt-on lever - the lever had a barbed spring retainer on the end that snapped into the lever on the shifter. I haven't seen anyone selling just the factory round lever (which only fits the factory shifter). Rick's occasionally has used shifters and round levers, but the price is "CALL", which means expen$ive. They do sell a non-factory Hurst shifter and flat lever which fits console installations perfectly for $200, but the flat lever is a giveaway if originality is your goal.
'69 Z28 Fathom Green