It is easier to buy a complete gearbox w/ OD - the non OD gearbox
doesn't have the correct adaptor and output shaft - you can't put the
OD on your non OD box.
Pricing wise, a working OD will be worth a coupla hundred bucks or so.
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> A friend has discovered a stash of Healey parts he has had stored for over
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> My 1965 BJ8 is a non-overdrive car.? Could someone tell me if the overdrive
> unit he has could be used in my car?? It says:? Laycock de Normanville
> Overdrive Unit? Serial No. 28/1447/011652.? It turns freely.? If I could use
> it, what would be a fair price?
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