When I purchased my '51 it had a 235 with a muncie four speed bolted to
it but I'm not sure where the bell housing came from, just that it can be
done. Seemed to be a good combination mechanically. The po had a Hurst comp.
plus shifter on it that worked out well with bucket seats but would probably
need to be a little taller with a bench.
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>Subject: [oletrucks] car 4-spd to 235 swap
>Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2000 17:27:33 -0700
>Has anyone bolted up a car 4-spd with a 235? What bellhousing do you
>need-ETC? Does it make a good combination? Thanks,Don simmons
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