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Old 12-15-2012, 12:30 AM
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transmissions for 1959 ford truck

hi guys wondering what kind of transmission would a 1959 ford truck have it has a 272 engine its a 3 speed but kinda wondering what the part number is on the side of the transmission because the guy has about 15 transmissions and i just want to spot the one i need so i need some numbers or any pictures you have of a transmission thank you very much
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i will try to take a picture for you and get the number this evening when i get home from work.
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Ford 3 speed transmission, non syncro 1st gear. Numbers marked on transmission parts are ONLY related to the parts they are marked on. Do not define which trans it is.

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