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    V-8 YOUR R SERIES / PACIFIC N/W by JunkYardDog
    V-8 YOUR R SERIES / PACIFIC N/W by JunkYardDog
    I have all the gear to factory bolt in a Studebaker V-8 in a 49 and up R series ..

    Bellhousing with correct throw out shaft.
    flywheel
    clutch assy. and disc and throw out bearing
    3 speed O.D. TRANNY with large input shaft "T86"
    shift rods to column shift, O.D. controll cable
    V-8 motor mounts
    Drive shaft for 112 inch W.B.
    Radiator "held water"
    all removed from a 52 studie R series short W.B.

    This truck came to me with a 62 289 in it the engine was sold last month and I made sure to keep everything for the conversion.

    I'm thnking $350.00 or best offer. want to sell as package

    REAR FENDERS FOR R's MISC. ROUGH BUT SERVICEABLE AROUND $35. TO $50.

    MATCHED R SERIES REAR SPRINGS WITH FACTORY OVERLOADS $25.00

    Also have fiberglass nose for a 57 transstar in good shape on a scale of one to 10 this is a 9. it also has "all" the headlight hardwear right down to the chrome rings. $150.00 OBO

    1957 STUDEBAKER 4DR COMMANDER engine missing . HAS FLOOR BOARD ISSUES CLEAN TITLE $350.00

    TWO SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANNY FOR studebaker V-8 "work's" $125.
    1964 Two speed air cooled power glide for 283 chevy powered chevy or 283 chevy powered Studebaker . $125.

    1949 rear bumper with brackets.

    belfairsoper@gmail.com 360-275-5333
    "SORRY I DON'T SHIP"
    Last edited by JunkYardDog; 06-23-2013, 04:11 PM.

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    You DO know that '65 and '66 Studes do have Borg Warner Cast Iron Case, "Flight-O-Matic" 3 Speed, Transmissions, right?

    Powerglides were never used.
    StudeRich
    Second Generation Stude Driver,
    Proud '54 Starliner Owner

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    • #3
      The PowerGlide is originally out of a "1964" Chevelle not a 65 or 66 and will bolt up to the 283's in the Studies with the chevy engines. there maybe some different in the shift linkage ect.
      Last edited by JunkYardDog; 06-23-2013, 04:15 PM.

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