Designed for use with select domestic Chrysler, Ford & GM transmissions with a standard or reverse pattern valve body, these cable-operated shifters have provisions for gated plates in 2-speed, 3-speed, 3-speed reverse and 4-speed auto transmissions. Housed in a narrow, floor-mounted style billet aluminum base, each shifter includes a neutral safety switch, backup light switch, gate plates cable and various transmission brackets.
Speedmaster Billet Pro Racing Automatic Shifter Fitment:
- 1966-Later Chrysler Torqueflight 727/924 with Aluminum Cover
- Ford C4/C6/AOD with Aluminum Cover (AOD Install will require additional parts not included)
- GM TH200/TH250/TH350/TH400/700-R4/200-4R
- Compatible with reverse-pattern valve bodies
- For Ford AOD applications, 746-PCE217.1008 is required
Automatic Race-Style Shifters for Classic Domestic Transmissions
Speedmaster Racing Automatic Shifters give you the look of a race-style shift stick for your street rod or racecar. Designed for use with select domestic Chrysler, Ford & GM transmissions with a standard or reverse pattern valve body, these cable-operated shifters have great looks and smooth actuation for grabbing gears race after race.
Is this one a wretched shift?
I see this shifter has a 2 speed gate but dosen't list powerglide for application. Will it fit?
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