inlineNmine

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About inlineNmine

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  1. I know that the 36 transmissions should fit, I just cant remember if its 35 or 36 when they changed the transmission design mid year. Also, (Pontiac 1953) my straight six is actually a 223, i must have been thinking about my 322 nailhead. I do like the thought of a straight six OHC pontiac motor, It's just been awhile since I have seen one around my neck of the woods. I have emailed the seller on ebay to see if they know whether or not it will work on my 37. I hope so.
  2. I have a 1937 Pontiac Coupe. It sits in my barn because I am unable to find a transmission to replace the original 3 speed that threw a gear through the bottom. Now I am considering buying a 292 Chevy 6 with a T5 to replace my original motor and trans; or trying to find out what transmission would bolt up to my good running original 322 straight six. I like to drive on the freeway, so I am really trying to find a gearbox that would suit this desire. What would you do in my situation? P.s. I wont be placing a 350/350 combo in it, so please don't suggest it. Thanks for any advice inlineNmine. I have received new advice that I could take a later model Pontiac 5 bolt top transmission 39-55; and use i with my original 5 bolt cover and floor shifter; can anyone second this new info?
  3. I am unsure if my last message went through. I am interested in a transmission for my 37 Pontiac coupe. I am willing to pay any shipping costs and a fair price for the part. I am in need of the original 3 speed on the floor transmission, and I am hoping this is what you have extra of. Please let me know, thank you Brady. I live in St. George UT.
  4. Are the transmissions that same from 34 to 38? If they are indeed the same and it is a working transmission I would be interested in buying it. Where is the tranny located? I am just wondering what the shipping would be to get it to southern Utah? Thanks for your help.
  5. My 1946 Desoto was just in the play grease out at Tuacahn in St. George UT. It has the original 6v wiring system and worked perfect for every show. It played 3 times a week for 4 months. The car was started about 4 or 5 times every show and cranked just fine all that time. I made sure I had some nice original gauge battery cables; but other than that it was just a carquest group 2 battery. 6 volt systems work just fine as long as you maintain them well.
  6. <table id="post941604" class="tborder2" align="center" border="0" cellpadding="6" cellspacing="1" width="100%"><tbody><tr valign="top"><td class="alt3" id="td_post_941604">I have a 1937 Pontiac series 26 with the original floor shifted 3 speed, which has a broken gear and body. My question is this, what transmissions are interchangeable with this transmission. I have heard that you can use the later Pontiac transmissions up to 1954 and just use the original 5 bolt top cover and shifter from the 37, 38 model, can anyone second this motion? Also does anyone know if the 37 38 Oldsmobile used the same transmission? Thanks for the help. </td> </tr> <tr> <td class=""> </td> <td class="alt3" align="right"> </td></tr></tbody></table>
  7. Is there anyone out there with information on this topic? There must be some Pontiac fans out there that will help me gain this knowledge; if not for me, do it for my Pontiac.
  8. I have a 1937 Pontiac series 26 with the original floor shifted 3 speed, which has a broken gear and body. My question is this, what transmissions are interchangeable with this transmission. I have heard that you can use the later Pontiac transmissions up to 1954 and just use the original 5 bolt top cover and shifter from the 37, 38 model, can anyone second this motion? Also does anyone know if the 37 38 Oldsmobile used the same transmission? Thanks for the help.