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.
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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 -...