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  1. Mopar Pete

    Identification of Four Speed Transmission, please!

    Thank you for all your replies. It's never going back in the 'Cuda. It is an auto out of the factory, and the only real change I have made is installing a Reverse Manual Pattern Valve Body and Winters Shifter for that "Day two" look. It will sure we a lot easier to live with in traffic. I...
  2. Mopar Pete

    Identification of Four Speed Transmission, please!

    Hi there. As per my other Thread, I have pulled the Transmission out of the 'Cuda. It has an 18 Spline Input shaft. Please can you guys take a look at the ID Plate and if possible can you tell me more about it, thanks. There may be other information / Casting details that I have not photo'd...
  3. Mopar Pete

    'Cuda Pedal Box Swop

    Thanks again! Have a good day!
  4. Mopar Pete

    'Cuda Pedal Box Swop

    Hi there DaveBob. Firstly, thank you for taking the time and trouble to respond and post up a diagram, it is really appreciated. The Manual Pedal Box I removed is exactly the same as per the above picture. I am annoyed with myself, as I should have taken a photo of the two pedal boxes side by...
  5. Mopar Pete

    'Cuda Pedal Box Swop

    Hi there, guys and gals. Firstly - apologies as I did not really know which Forum area to post this, as one could argue it was "Brakes", or even "Steering", but opted for "Transmission". I have a 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda. It rolled out of the plant as an Auto, but had a 4 speed installed very...
  6. Mopar Pete

    Hi there from across the Pond

    Thanks for the welcome. I have started pulling the 'Cuda apart to get the Auto Transmission in, but as ever the Pedal Box is fighting me!
  7. Mopar Pete

    Hi there from across the Pond

    Thanks, Mopar Nut!!!
  8. Mopar Pete

    Hi there from across the Pond

    Well, in truth at least 4 went back 'Stateside - one went to New Zealand, and one went to Austria!
  9. Mopar Pete

    Hi there from across the Pond

    Well, we went in the 'Cuda to Brands Hatch - a famous roundy-roundy track yesterday for a show. We were in a queue (stationary) for the river crossing for about 45 minutes, and then in a crawl for about another 40 minutes.... I'm done! The Challenger runs the quarter in 9.7 seconds on the...
  10. Mopar Pete

    Hi there from across the Pond

    The 'Cuda has a 4 speed in it, but came out of the factory as an Auto. Funnily enough, this afternoon I started ripping the 4 speed out of it to put a TF8 with a reverse manual Pattern VB in it to make it more bearable in traffic. It also means that both cars will be set up the same leading...
  11. Mopar Pete

    Hi there from across the Pond

    ... and the Challenger showing off at the Drag Strip..
  12. Mopar Pete

    Hi there from across the Pond

    Ahhh-Haaa!!! The 'Cuda at the De Havilland air museum - the makers of the Tiger Moth ad of course the Mosquito....
  13. Mopar Pete

    Hi there from across the Pond

    Many thanks!! I will do so once I have worked out how to do it!!!
  14. Mopar Pete

    Hi there from across the Pond

    Hello to everyone! I am new to this Forum, but have been into Mopars for many years. My first Mopar was a '71 Barracuda Convertible, a 318 car that I ruined and stuffed a 440+6 into it! I think I have had around 35 Mopars since then. I currently have a 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda 440 4bbl -...
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