The guy at The shop in Denton (Auto Start) said the
starter came from a starter and alternator parts
wholesaler in dallas called WAI. He did not want to
help me get in touch with them. He said they only sell
to starter rebuilders that have an account with them.
The part number is 16210. I don't know if that is Auto
Start's part number or if it is a universal number. His
catalog showed that part number for a few 310's. I will
examine my starter when I get home from work today to
see if there are any other markings on it.
> I've got a call in to the starter shop where I bought
> it. They are looking it up for me. I'll keep you
> posted when they call me back.
> > Andy,
> > Sounds like a gear reduction starter. Any numbers on
> > the starter or box it came in?
> > Would be curious as to what its original application
> > was.
> > Tom
> > > I got a non oem starter at a starter shop in Denton,
> > > TX. It fit perfectly and works well. I don't know what
> > > it was originally designed for but it definately isn't a
> > > roadster starter.