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I am planning to change my manual gear box from 1936 to a newer one. I was lucky I fióund a manual transmission from 1953 with OD (R10). Do any have some ideas how much trouble I will run in to? Will the R10 <gs id="a550fd16-cf6c-4db5-9d78-c922ebdd81fa" ginger_software_uiphraseguid="a71284c5-569f-4de8-a7f5-f8e11bcb12d5" class="GINGER_SOFTWARE_mark"><gs id="7ff29b33-4519-4a24-990e-777306640ea2" ginger_software_uiphraseguid="52b089c5-b71f-4469-a923-ae2195809db3" class="GINGER_SOFTWARE_mark">fit</gs></gs> at all? Should I use the <gs id="274256c0-b296-4c60-a492-23eb41f6bc72" ginger_software_uiphraseguid="fa386056-975b-423c-bcc9-c75e7a0ad00a" class="GINGER_SOFTWARE_mark"><gs id="331c8e84-8b0f-4e4d-9796-68d56b0414f5" ginger_software_uiphraseguid="3bf5cc98-c75a-446f-8950-1eeec878547d" class="GINGER_SOFTWARE_mark">bellhouse</gs></gs> from 1936 or from 1953? The OD is a selector base gearbox and they didn't have floor shift. Anyone having some experience from doing this?
Does anyone know how to remove the passenger side door handle on a 1924 DB business coupe? There are no screws on the outside, and from what I can see from the inside, the nut at the end of the shaft (if this is the case) is not accessible through the door panel. Quick help is needed because I see a door handle on eBay that I may be able to use. Here's a pic of the intact driver's side handle: <a href=http://www.freeimagehosting.net/><img src=http://www.freeimagehosting.net/uploads/1b68c5efef.jpg border=0 alt="Free Image Hosting"></a>