Re: Friday puzzlers 9-5-14
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Re: Friday puzzlers 9-5-14



Yes the same "Knuckle buster" description for the '65s. I put that ad in the "puzzlers" collection because I had not heard that phrase in a long time. 

Push button trans are more civilized, unless you punch the wrong button. LOL 

Thanks,
Gary H.
 

>  -------Original Message-------
 
>  Not sure about the 65's, but the long Hurst shifter in the old Road
>  Runners used to get sloppy enough that you would hit your knuckles on the
>  dash during a vigorous 3rd gear shift ! 
>  
>  Doug
>  '63 Sport Fury ragtop
>  
>  
>  On Sun, Sep 7, 2014 at 5:47 PM, Bob 
  wrote:
>  Belevedere 1 Plymouth 440 V8...   "Real Knuckle buster"  huh??  Never
>  heard that one.  Is (was) that a selling point??  Needs a different
>  shifter?? 

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