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  • Transmission / Overdrive: Overdrive Unit

    Thanks for the addition to the group. I don't currently own a Studebaker but have always appreciated them and visited the museum in South Bend when I lived in Indiana.

    What I'm posting about is an BW R10 Overdrive Unit I have. I can't be certain what's it's from, the PN# on the solenoid is 1119772 that I found out, (on this site), would be for a 56 Stude, (not sure car or truck). It does turn, the actuator lever is free and has remnants of what looks like blue paint on it. Any idea of the value and would there be any interest in it? Not looking to make a killing here, any offer would be + TDB shipping, just would like it to go to someone that could need and use it.
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    Last edited by Mike58; 09-05-2018, 12:21 PM.

  • #2
    You only have the planetary and sungear section......only good for parts.
    If you car is ugly then it better be fast.....

    65 2dr sedan
    64 2dr sedan (Pinkie)
    61 V8 Tcab
    63 Tcab 20R powered
    55 Commander Wagon
    54 Champion Wagon
    46 Gibson Model A
    50 JD MC
    45 Agricat
    67 Triumph T100
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    • #3
      R10's were used on most sixes & V8's. The R11 units were used on the higher powered V8's ( 56-57-58 Golden Hawks)
      64 GT Hawk (K7)
      1970 Avanti (R3)

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      • #4
        Originally posted by studebakerkid View Post
        You only have the planetary and sungear section......only good for parts.
        Kind of knew that, just hoping someone would have a use for it. Knowing where it came from, a friend of mines Dad was a big Studebaker fan, it was probably pulled in the 50's, or early 60's, and was stored inside, I wouldn't think it has allot of miles on it.

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        • #5
          The Original Turquoise Engine Enamel say's 1956 or 1957. The later is the last year for the fixed Yoke and Two Piece Driveshaft, short tail Transmissions.
          StudeRich
          Second Generation Stude Driver,
          Proud '54 Starliner Owner

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