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|Product Specifications |
|Part # ||TRN-1288 |
|Year ||1969 |
|Color ||See all 3 photos |
|Availability || In Stock, Available This means the part is in our building ready to ship! |
|Application ||Camaro |
|Description ||Complete 1969 Camaro 396 427-425 COPO, 4-Speed manual transmission conversion kit with factory original Hurst shifter. This kit fits any factory Big Block engine application. Our kit consists of the finest parts available. You will receive everything shown in all 3 photographs in this listing. Kit includes: Restored & refurbished original Hurst shifter, Re-chromed original GM handle, correct reproduction big block shifter linkage, big block shifter mounting bracket, shifter levers, Correct chrome shifter ball, Shifter ball locking nut, American made factory casting #621 bell housing, AC Delco 11 inch clutch & pressure plate, Original GM casting# 3789733 freshly machined flywheel (Used), all factory bell housing and transmission mounting bolts, GM flywheel bolts, GM pressure plate bolts, original GM bell housing cover with mounting bolts, high quality clutch linkage kit with Z-bar and all required clutch parts, bell housing boot, clutch rod thru firewall boot and mounting screws, clutch pedal swing set, brake and clutch pedal pads, power brake stop for brake pedal, clutch pedal rubber bumper, speedometer cable (4-speed version) with (3) special retainers, special big block 4speed crossmember, transmission mount, mounting bolts, crossmember mounting bolts, clutch fork, bell housing ball stud, and the correct shifter tunnel template for cutting the correct opening on your transmission tunnel, shifter boot and chrome shifter boot trim ring. |