1962 Chevrolet Corvette 4 Speed Transmission Numbers Posted No Reserve on 2040-parts.com
Waterbury, Connecticut, United States
Condition:UsedBrand:GM CHEVROLETWarranty:NoManufacturer Part Number:T10 7DCountry/Region of Manufacture:United StatesOther Part Number:3813490
1962 CHEVROLET GM 4 SPEED TRANSMISSION, T10 ,HERE ARE SOME NUMBERS 12/10/62...T10-7D..R-2...3813490 ..T10 ..1B..WG DIV.Q2, ALSO SHOWN IN THE PICTURES ..I JUST BOUGHT SEVERAL LOTS FROM A ESTATE SALE ,THE OWNER HAD SEVERAL OLD CORVETTES AND THIS WAS STORED IN THE BASEMENT,OVERALL LOOKS GOOD ..CHECK THE PICTURES ASK QUESTIONS OR CALL 203 247 2579 DAYS IF YOU NEED MORE INFO. IM IN CENTRAL CT 06705 .I WILL SHIP FED X , IN USA LOWER 48 STATES FOR 90.00 .ON A WOOD PALLET AND SHRINK RAPED ..NO RESERVE
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