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  • Transmission / Overdrive: T-86 W/OD And Hurst Shifter Asking Price

    What is a reasonable price to ask for a T-86 transmission with Over Drive...in good used condition...With a Hurst floor shifter installed? Thanks...

  • #2
    About Half as much as a T-85 O.D.
    StudeRich
    Second Generation Stude Driver,
    Proud '54 Starliner Owner

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    • #3
      Originally posted by 345 DeSoto View Post
      What is a reasonable price to ask for a T-86 transmission with Over Drive...in good used condition...With a Hurst floor shifter installed? Thanks...
      I'd say the tranny could be worth between $250-400. If the Hurst is a syncro-loc with all mounting brackets, in good used shape, with decent chrome....$200.

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ID:	1707498Shifter is just about new. Push from 1st and it literally just springs into second. Shifter chrome is excellent, and can be adjusted to sit lower...

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        • #5
          Since neither item needs the other to work, price them separately, then, determine a price that would make you happy. You can include a single price as an option to purchase as an assembly. The "no brainer" way to determine ultimate value, is to slap it on ebay, and let the market determine the ultimate value. It is never, easy, or cut n dry. It will still depend on your communication/salesmanship skills, to write a good ad, and follow through with packaging, and shipping options.

          You might find one buyer, merely looking for an overdrive, without the shift kit. Same with the shifter, you could find someone building a hot rod, looking for that shift kit as a finishing touch for a retro style rod, using a straight three speed, and/or an overdrive tranny.
          John Clary
          Greer, SC

          SDC member since 1975

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          • #6
            That looks more like a Mr. Gasket than a Hurst, but I guess it could be one of the Newer Hursts, but not a syncro-loc.
            StudeRich
            Second Generation Stude Driver,
            Proud '54 Starliner Owner

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            • #7
              Hurst Indy...

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