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1961 62 63 64 Ford Galaxie T10 4 Spd Transmission Big Block Borg Warner Rebuilt on

US $1,300.00

Ocala, Florida, United States

Ocala, Florida, United States
Was rebuilt and is in good condition.
Other Part Number:Case Dated C 19 / Tail Dated I 28 Brand:Borg Warner T10 Surface Finish:Cast Iron with Aluminum Side Cover Manufacturer Part Number:Code E7 3 1


This is a rebuilt

1961-64 Ford Galaxie Borg Warner
Big Block
T10 4 Speed Transmission

It is in good condition and was rebuilt with all new bearings,
lower pin, brass, seals, gasket kit and parts kit. 

Code E7 3 1
Case Dated C 19
Tail Dated I 28

**Will be listing another rebuilt Galaxie small block T10 Transmission next**

Call with any questions

This is also for sale locally.

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