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  1. Transmission & Driveline
    Hey all. New to the forum and fairly new to muscle cars. I have a 1968 Camaro (original automatic V6) that I've had about 10 years and it's been great. I haven't really done much work to it until now. I'm putting in a 383 stroker that will do about 475hp to the wheels. I'm converting this to a...
  2. Restoration Corner
    1967 Camaro automatic 327 with 2speed. I changed out the original 2 speed transmission for a 4 speed 700R4. I would like to keep it a column shift, but my original steering column does not have the linkage/detents for a 4 speed. Is there an after market or later model Camaro shift column I can...
  3. Forum Classifieds
    Hi All, I'm gearing up to put a RS chassis under my 69 Camaro, so I have some parts for sale! All items are available for pickup in SE CT. 1969 Camaro Subframe - $500 - Straight and in good condition - With drum brakes and full suspension - With steering box - With Power Steering Box...
  4. Forum Classifieds
    Just pulled my Autogear Super Case M21Y Muncie out of my 67. Also have Denny"s driveshaft for it and factory crossmember Trans has shifter mounted but will need a handle. 1st: 2.199 2nd: 1.506 3rd: 1.0 4th: 0.857 Input 26 spline Output 32 spline $1500.00 plus shipping
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    Hi guys, I'm trying to figure out what the correct letter code would be for a TH400 from a 1968 Camaro 396/350hp. I'm seeing varying answers saying CA,CC, CD, or CE? Any ideas? I did check in the VIN decode section and saw options for CC, CE, or CX but just trying to confirm. Thanks! Chris
  6. Transmission & Driveline
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  7. Transmission & Driveline
    I was recently taking apart my Saginaw 4 speed to replace all the gaskets and seals. I pulled the side cover and this caused the detent ball to fall out and now that I am putting it all back together I am unsure of where to put the detent ball. I know it goes in one of the holes in the bottom of...
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