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Identification of Four Speed Transmission, please!

Mopar Pete

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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 but will happily do so if there is more information to be had, thanks.

All the best.

Pete

4 Speed Transmission Data Plate.jpg
 

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CC 99129 = 833 trans; the H may indicate Hemi… I’m sure someone will confirm.
 

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Well it is a weird stamping , it looks Like OG which would be a 70 car built out of the G plant
it also lookss like part of the stamping is under the serial # for the 10000 day calendar date , the #s should give the gear ratio set etc as well but tough to read .
I don't see the H ...
 

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Well it is a weird stamping , it looks Like OG which would be a 70 car built out of the G plant
it also lookss like part of the stamping is under the serial # for the 10000 day calendar date , the #s should give the gear ratio set etc as well but tough to read .
I don't see the H ...
It’s the big cast “H” just under the vin.
 

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It looks like the original stamp is over stamped - you could never be really sure exactly what it is.
 

Mopar Pete

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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 will sell the complete set up on, not that there is much of a market in the United Kingdom.....
 
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