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Re: Car Identification
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Jorge Cardozo
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Hi Guys! I've got pictures from my cars transmission, may be someone can identify it

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Posted on: 4/9 13:30
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Re: Car Identification
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New pics

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Posted on: 4/9 13:36
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Re: Car Identification
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Ozstatman
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Jorge,

Transmission is appropriate to the 288/327 engine it's coupled to.

See this very recent thread where Howard commented on Transmission identification.

The big solid right angle trans mounting brackets wouldn't have contributed to isolating power train vibrations from the chassis!

Posted on: 4/9 18:18
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Re: Car Identification
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PackardDon
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According to the parts book, the case number is for:

17TH-18TH 19TH SERIES

. . . which makes it 1939, 1940 and 1941.

Posted on: 4/9 18:29
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Re: Car Identification
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Jorge Cardozo
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I've mounted a 53 Packard 327 in my 99 Mazda Miata!!

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Posted on: 4/10 22:16
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Re: Car Identification
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Jorge Cardozo
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I've mounted a 53 Packard 327 in my 99 Mazda Miata!! Call me Crazy!!
Hi Guys, this afternoon i went to a Junkyard that is closing bussines, went to look for parts, and for a $ 100 i got the whole engine, 2 hours away from home, so i didn't want to go back tomorrow to get the engine, so i've squeezed inside my Miata,isn't he first time carrying engines, 2 month ago i've removed the passenger seats to load 2 vintage fiat 500 engines, and i've never reinstall the seat, so today i've loaded the 327 and my Miata behave like a Champ!!

Posted on: 4/10 22:26
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Re: Car Identification
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Jorge Cardozo
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Now , my question for the more experienced members, can i "mix and match" parts with my 51 ???

Posted on: 4/10 22:45
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Re: Car Identification
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Ross
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EVERYTHING can be mixed and matched with the '51. That's one of the advantages and pleasures of that era.

Posted on: 4/11 5:46
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