Early 727 torqueflite id
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Early 727 torqueflite id




In the late 60's early 70's I had a torqueflite redone with a reverse manual valve body and whatever else was done to make this a tough race transmission. Unfortunately 40+ years ago memory is getting vague. I have a grandson who is trying to put together my 1960 Plymouth, that I had purchased in 1965 in SLC, to race at the local dragstrip, which is a private airport that they open up every 2 weeks for the local people. This a pushbutton from a big block all the numbers I can find on it for a serial are the numbers 2100066 3 and a 62 in a small circle. Could someone on the list tell me what year this is and is there racing shifter that is made for this?? any help would be appreciated thankyou.


         Cam Cutler
65 Satellite 426 W 4 speed

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