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My buddy is looking at buying a car with this setup and it matches out code-wise, but i can't remember the last time i saw this combo....seems like most SS models had the TH350.

does anyone know how rare this is?


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this one has a 12 bolt, BL rear,
 

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You would have to get the date of the rear, trans, engine and compare to build date of car to verify the original components. But if it's a decent car for a reasonable price, the PG should not deter the purchase. If he is paying for number matching original drivetrain, then he should confirm the dates and numbers for all the components.

The 12 bolt might be original, GM did things one way then another without documenting them.

Luck, Kevin
 

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yeah, all the numbers match out as far as dates, etc.
my friend would prefer a 4-spd. car, and that is the dilemma!



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Big difference in performance with a PG. Especially from a stick to a PG. He better drive ir first as it is probably a cruiser (dog).
Good luck
JA

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